Indian Navy's now believes that its worst fear has come true, and believes it's unlikely to find any survivors onboard INS Sindhurakshak. The Navy also came out with a statement, which said that 'the state of these two bodies and conditions within the submarine leads to firm conclusion that finding any surviving personnel within the submarine is unlikely'.
This is for the first time that the Indian Navy has got first-hand confirmation of fatality since two massive explosions rocked INS Sindhurakshak. A Navy release said that the bodies were shifted to INHS Asvini where a DNA identification test would be carried to identify the crewmember.
The damage and destruction within the submarine around the control room area indicates that the feasibility of locating bodies of personnel in the forward part of the submarine is also very remote as the explosion and very high temperatures, which melted steel within, would have incinerated the bodies too, said Navy officials. But navy officials said that the divers would continue to search every inch of the submerged submarine till all bodies are either located or it can be stated with finality that no bodies remain to be found.
Which of the following is the conclusion which can be drawn from the facts stated in the above paragraph?