RAWAT HELICOPTER CRASH: IAF CHIEF BRIEFS RAJNATH ON PROBE, BAD WEATHER LIKELY REASON
Head of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari and Air Marshal Manvendra Singh who headed the tri-administration examination concerning the accident informed Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on the discoveries about the test.
The Helicopter crash in which Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat and 13 others were killed was brought about by awful climate, sources told The Indian Express, even as the IAF VIP on Wednesday informed Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on discoveries of the test into the December 8 occurrence. As per the sources, the test has precluded human blunder or specialized obstacle just as damage as potential causes.
Despite the fact that there is no authority word yet on the test discoveries, the sources said the examination found that the Mi-17v5 helicopter conveying General Rawat and others experienced abrupt awful climate, which might have brought about it hitting a surface prior to crashing in a timberland close to Coonoor, Tamil Nadu. General Rawat was made a beeline for the Defense Services Staff College in Wellington alongside his significant other Madhulika Rawat and twelve individuals from the administrations when the helicopter crashed.
As indicated by the sources, the helicopter was diving for landing when it was unexpectedly trapped in terrible climate. They said Wellington is situated in a geographical bowl and regularly has a slight haze cover. The awful climate prompted what in avionics terms is known as Controlled Flight into Terrain (CIFT), in which a pilot, who is in charge of the airplane, hits a surface unexpectedly. CIFT is one of the primary driver of airplane crashes all around the world. Guard Minister Rajnath Singh was informed by Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari and Air Marshal Manvendra Singh, who headed the tri-administration examination concerning the accident, on the test discoveries. The test report was submitted to Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari prior.
Sources said an audit of the standard conventions for helicopters conveying senior military authorities is probably going to be suggested. A day after the accident, the Defense Minister had reported a tri-administration Court of Inquiry into the occurrence. The test group headed via Air Marshal Manvendra Singh, who is the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Training Command, incorporated a Commodore-level helicopter pilot from the Navy and a Brigadier-level senior Army official.
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