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Friday, December 10, 2021

Big Loss To India : Copter Crash In That Chief of Defence Staff Bipin Rawat and 12 others Lost Their Lives.

Big Loss To India : Copter Crash In That Chief of Defence Staff Bipin Rawat and 12 others Lost Their Lives.

The flight data archivist, or black box, of the Indian Air Force Mi17V5 copter that crashed near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu killing Chief of Defence Staff Bipin Rawat and 12 others was recaptured on Thursday. 

 In fact, two boxes ( including the black box) were plant after authorities expanded the hunt from 300 m to 1 km in the hilly, wooded area of the crash. They're likely to be taken to Delhi or Bengaluru, officers said. 

On Thursday Investigators  founded the black box of the military Helicopter that crashed in a hilly terrain near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu,In that our Beloved Chief of Defence Staff Bipin Rawat and 12 others lost their lives in this crash, hoping to get vital suggestions on the possible cause of the disaster that will be probed by a high positiontri-servicesinquiry.As Defence Minister Rajnath Singh blazoned in Parliament that the inquiry into the Wednesday crash would be headed by Air Marshal Manavendra Singh, sanctioned sources said the lone survivor Group Captain Varun Singh was airlifted to Bengaluru for better treatment at the IAF Command sanitarium. 

 That is going to be a critical piece of substantiation in the disquisition by atri-services inquiry blazoned by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in Parliament. The inquiry by Air Marshal Manavendra Singh , gives us an led, in which they will look into whether it was a specialized issue, mortal error, or the rainfall. The chances of damage, though it seems remote, will also be looked into, per standard operating procedures. 

 The Air Traffic Control  base of Sulur lost it contact with the copter at near about 12:08 pm. Lately, Many locals reported a big flames fire in the timber area, near Coonoor and rescue team reached to the spot where they found the remains of a copter gulfed in dears. 

 Also lately on that day Lone survivor from Group, Captain Varun Singh was admitted into the Command Hospital in Bengaluru from Wellington for best & advanced treatment. Singh, who has reportedly experienced three operations, he said that “ critical but stable”. 

 The remaining other group member were wrapped in caskets with Our Indian Tricolour were flown to Delhi on Thursday night. General Rawat and his woman will be cremated with full military honours at the Brar Square crematorium in Delhi Cantonment moment autumn, while “ applicable military sepultures of all other departed are being planned and coordinated in discussion with close family members”,he added. 

New Delhi The mortal remains of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, his woman Madhulika Rawat and 11 defence help who failed in the Indian Air Force (IAF) copter crash in Tamil Nadu, reached Delhi’s Palam airbase on Thursday. 

 Zee News Editor-in-Chief Sudhir Chaudhary on Thursday (December 9) bandied the crucial developments in the Coonoor eggbeater crash that claimed 13 lives.

 1. IAF chief Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari on Thursday morning reached the eggbeater crash point near Coonoor in the Nilgiris quarter of Tamil Nadu along with state DGP C Sylendra Babu got shock by the news of this incident.

2. The Indian Air Force has initiated the Court of Inquiry in the Mi-17 VH eggbeater crash that passed when CDS Rawat was on his way to the Defence Staff College in Wellington.

3. Further than 20 countries including the US, France, Russia, Israel, UK, and Australia among others have paid homage to India’s first CDS. The US in its sanctioned statement said that General Rawat was a" strong exponent of the US-India defence cooperation".

4. Defence officers have recaptured the Flight Data Archivist, popularly known as 'Black Box', of the IAF copter that crashed near Coonoor on Wednesday. The black box would give significant data on the events that led to the tragedy on the hills. As we known as 'black box', these reporters are bright orange in colour to make them more visually clear after an accident.

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