GUWAHATI: A Microlight Virus SW-80 helicopter of the Indian Air Force crashed on Thursday in Assam's Majuli island. Two pilots Wing Commander J James and Wing Commander D Vats were killed in the crash.
Police in the island district confirmed the incident and the deaths. It is suspected that the crash took place due to technical reasons, the officer added. A court of inquiry has been ordered to ascertain the cause of the accident.
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Atul Uppe - 23 hours ago
Pilots end up their life in order to avoid the chopper from falling in a civilised area.RIP brave solders
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Ashok SP - Pretoria - 21 hours ago
Please do one of the 2 things with the IAF planes/choppers
1. make the politicians fly in them
2. gift it to pakistan so that we do not lose our brave soldiers
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A k - Pune - 22 hours ago
Soldiers are born to die true.
But such deaths are nothing less than a culpable homicide.
I ponder if the human rights activists are awake or still sleeping...
High time the govt does an honest enquiry for the cause of such repeated technical failures and rectify the issues
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Rishav - 23 hours ago
give each of the deceased's family 10 crore from Nirav Modi's property
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Raj - 1 day ago
I long for the day when all our aircraft are made in India - & that too of a very reliable quality.
I think at present we are heavily dependent on costly imports - as a result of which the forces always suffer a shortage of spare parts. That is what causes all these crashes.
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