Pulwama attack: Nitish announces Rs 11 lakh each for Bihar troopers killed
Their bodies arrived earlier at the Patna Airport where the Chief Minister was also present.
The funeral will take place in their respective villages later in the day, a police official said, adding that "they will be given a guard of honour".
A large number of security forces, including those from the Bihar Police, and hundreds of people gathered at the airport and saluted the troopers amid loud chanting of "Amar Sahid" and "Bharat Mata Ki Jai".
In the worst-ever terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir since militancy erupted in 1989, a suicide bomber on Thursday rammed his SUV packed with explosives into a CRPF bus on the Jammu-Srinagar highway in Pulwama district, killing at least 40 troopers on the spot, the toll reached 49 on Friday as several injured succumbed.
The attack has left the security establishment stunned as it created the biggest casualty of security personnel in a single day in peace time.