Exclusive Video of General Bipin Rawat’s helicopter crash

As per reports, CDS Rawat was gone to Defense Services Staff College situated in Wellington in Udhagamandalam (Ooty). The helicopter taking him detracted from the Army base in Sulur close to Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu.

IAF Helicopter Crash: An Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter conveying top protection faculty, including Chief of Defense Staff Gen Bipin Rawat and his significant other Madhulika Rawat slammed close to Coonoor in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday. General Rawat, his better half Madhulika and 11 other staff were killed in the accident, the Indian Air Force (IAF) said in an assertion.

As per reports, there were 14 individuals on board in the disastrous chopper. “With profound lament, it has now been learned that Gen Bipin Rawat, Mrs. Madhulika Rawat, and 11 different people on board have passed on in the appalling mishap,” the IAF said in an assertion.

Exclusive Video of General Bipin Rawat’s helicopter crash

Cds Rawat was been conceded to the emergency clinic in a basic condition.

Safeguard Minister Rajnath Singh informed Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the mishap. Rajnath Singh is additionally liable to say something in Parliament tomorrow.

As per reports, CDS Rawat was gone to Defense Services Staff College situated in Wellington in Udhagamandalam (Ooty).

The helicopter carting him detracted from Army base in Sulur close to Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu.

“An IAF Mi-17V5 helicopter, with CDS Gen Bipin Rawat ready, met with a mishap today close to Coonoor, Tamil Nadu. An Inquiry has been requested to determine the reason for the mishap,” the Indian Air Force said in an assertion. The helicopter smashed in thickly forested sloping landscapes of the Nilgiri Hills.

TV pictures showed that singed stays of the helicopter were dissipated over a huge region on the slope.

Different offices were engaged with completing help and salvage tasks. Notwithstanding, troublesome landscapes made it extreme for heros to complete their work without a hitch. Compact discs General Rawat, 63, assumed responsibility as India’s first Chief of Defense Staff in January 2019.

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