An Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter with chief of guard staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat on board smashed close to Conoor in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday. The CDS was joined by his better half Madhulika Rawat, his staff and different officials, individuals acquainted with the improvement said.
While official affirmation is anticipated on state of the travelers installed, this is what we know up to this point:
- Safeguard minister Rajnath Singh might brief Parliament on the chopper crash.
- Singh is observing the circumstance and is said to have advised PM Modi about the accident.
- The safeguard minister visited Rawat’s home in Delhi.
- A request has been requested to find out the reason for the mishap, the Indian Air Force (IAF) said on its authority Twitter handle.
- TN chief minister MK Stalin to leave for crash site.
- As per PTI inputs, four bodies have been found, while three harmed people were safeguarded from the accident site.
- The bodies found at the site of the accident (among Coimbatore and Sulur) have been taken to the public authority hospital in Coonoor.
A portion of the protected are additionally being taken to the tactical hospital in Wellington, Tamil Nadu, an ANI input said citing sources.
- As per traveler subtleties, other than Rawat and his better half, Brig LS Lidder, Lt Col Harjinder Singh, NK Gursewak Singh, NK Jitendra Kr, L/Naik Vivek Kumar, L/Naik B Sai Teja and Hav Satpal
- Most recent reports recommended 14 travelers were ready from Sulur to Wellington. Salvage activity is still on with nearby police and the Army.
- Eight ambulances are on the spot.
- While there is no authority word on wounds supported by the tenants of the IAF’s new Mi-17 V5 helicopter, pictures accessible from the site uncovered a portion of the travelers have experienced heinous wounds.