IAF has deployed four Mi-17 helicopters, 3 advanced light helicopters, of that 2 belonged to the military, 2 Sukhoi-30 craft, one C-130 transporter craft and one Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) of the army.
Over four days once the Anton, AN-32, the craft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) lost contact with ground stations, it’s, however, to be copied as a vast search and rescue operation continues between Jorhat in Assam and Mechuka in Arunachal Pradesh. With an intense search, the IAF has deployed extra assets within the mission labor in local civic and police agencies.
The transport craft took off from Jorhat at 12.27 pm on Mon for the Mechuka Advanced Landing Ground. Its last contact with the bottom control was at one pm. a complete of 13 personnel were on board the craft. each the Navy and also the Army has joined the IAF in search operations along with the ISRO. The operation has been hit repeatedly because of difficult terrain within the region and poor weather conditions.
IAF has deployed four Mi-17 helicopters, 3 advanced light helicopters, of that 2 belonged to the army, 2 Sukhoi-30 craft, one C-130 transporter craft and one Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) of the army. 2 cheetah helicopters are likely to join the search operation on Fri.
The Indian Air Force started with the search operations as before longas the AN-32 aircraft lost signals with the bottom station. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh was apprised of the caseand also the steps taken by the IAF within the search operations. Singh tweeted, “Spoke to Vice Chief of @IAF_MCC, air marshal Rakesh Singh Bhadauria regarding the missing IAF AN-32 craftthat is delinquentfor a few hours. He has apprised me of the steps taken by the IAF to search out the missing craft. I pray for the safety of all passengers on board.”