New Delhi: the The investigation team can submit its three-service investigation report to the central government today in the case of the helicopter crash that took place in Tamil Nadu on December 8. In this accident, India’s first Chief of Defense Staff (CDS), General Bipin Rawat, 12 other soldiers were martyred. After that, the Air Force had given the order to investigate the incident. The investigation team is led by Air Marshal Manvendra Singh and includes two officers of the Army and Navy Brigadier ranks.
Government-related sources told media that “the investigation report will likely be submitted to the government by December 31. Officials prepared a detailed report after conducting a field survey and in-depth study of the data received. of the black box has been done. Sources said the preliminary investigation into the case shows the accident happened suddenly. Help from original equipment manufacturers was also taken for investigation. The Indian Air Force also said the report has yet to be submitted.
CDS Bipin Rawat, his wife Madhulika Rawat and 12 other army officers were present in the Mi-17V5 helicopter, which crashed. All these people were on their way to the Defense Services Staff College in Wellington, a few minutes before they got here the helicopter crashed. This incident shook the whole country. Questions have been raised about the quality of army helicopters. Along with this, the possibility of a conspiracy was also expressed regarding the accident.
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