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Air crash: Army launches search war at war level -Special Force fitted

Air crash: Army launches search war at war level -Special Force fitted

About 33 minutes after flying from Assam’s Jorhat, the Indian-made Air Force’s AN-32 transport aircraft disappeared on Monday afternoon. No new information has been received so far. The army is conducting a search operation at the war level. There were 13 people aboard the aircraft. If the plane is dropped, its debris can be found today, but it is difficult to say anything until officially available information is found. Right from the sky to the ground, the search is being done. The Army has also searched the Army’s Dhruv and MI 17 helicopters. There was a problem due to weather failure. On Tuesday morning, the special forces of the military were also searched for about 430 hrs. According to sources, the contact between the aeroplane between the Aalong and Mantua Landing Ground broke. The Air Force said in the statement, “Some information has been received regarding the possible location of the accident site, helicopters were sent to that place. However, no debris has been seen so far.” The crew had eight crew members and five passenger riders. To locate missing aircraft, the Air Force is taking the help of various government agencies along with the Indian Army. To detect the missing plane, the Air Force has installed two Mi-17 helicopters and C-130J and AN-32 aircraft while the Army has deployed the state-of-the-art light helicopter (Advanced Light Helicopter). Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa has gone to Sweden on a four-day trip. Official sources said that the Indian Air Force had put all the available resources in place to find the aircraft. AN-32 Russia is a built-in aircraft, and the IAF uses a large number of these aircraft. It is a two-engine trombroprop transport plane. Officials said that Menchuka Advanced Landing Ground is not far off the border with China. It is about 35 kilometres away. According to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, he has said that he has talked to the deputy chief of Air Force and they wish these passengers to be safe. In a tweet, he said, “In connection with the disappearance of the missing Air Force AN-32 aircraft, Air Marshal Rakesh Singh, Deputy Chief of the Indian Air Force, interacted with Bhadauria. They gave me information about the steps taken by the IAF’s missing plane. I pray for the safety of all the passengers aboard. ” – Source EMS

Air crash: Army launches search war at war level -Special Force fitted

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