Two brave sons of Rajasthan lost their lives in Arunachal Pradesh helicopter crash, bodies of five jawans recovered
Arunachal Pradesh Chopper Crash: Five soldiers were killed in a helicopter crash in Arunachal Pradesh on Friday. Today the dead body of the fifth and last jawan who was the victim of this accident has also been recovered. The search operation started after this accident has been completed after the bodies of the five jawans were recovered.
All five soldiers aboard the Indian Army helicopter that crashed in Arunachal Pradesh on Friday were killed. Today, in the search operation that started after this accident, the dead body of the fifth and last jawan aboard the helicopter has been recovered. The search operation has been completed after the bodies of the five jawans were recovered. The PRO of the Tezpur depot of the Indian Army informed about the completion of the search operation along with the identity of the five soldiers who lost their lives in the accident.
Major Mustafa Zakiuddin (Mustafa Bohra), Rohitashv Kumar, Vikas Bhamru, Brijesh Sinha, and Ashwin KV have been among the soldiers who lost their lives in the accident. In this, two jawans are from different districts of Rajasthan. Major Mustafa Zakiuddin (Mustafa Bohra) is a resident of Udaipur. While Rohitashv Kumar was a resident of Jhunjhunu. There is an atmosphere of mourning in Udaipur and Jhunjhunu after the death of both the soldiers in the helicopter crash.
Major Mustafa Zakiuddin was a resident of Kheroda in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan. The family currently resides in Ajanta Gali of the Hathipol area of Udaipur city. The information about the martyrdom of 27-year-old Major Mustafa Zakiuddin was received by his kin Ali Ajgar from the Arunachal Pradesh unit. The mortal remains of martyr Major Mustafa Zakiuddin can reach his home on Sunday.
At the same time, Rohitashv Kumar was a resident of Khairwa ki Dhani of village Poshana in Jhunjhunu district. On the information of the martyrdom of Rohitashva, there was mourning in the village Poshana amid the joys of Diwali. Rohitashv's family told that Rohitashv Kumar had joined the Indian Army on 26 October 2010. Rohitashwa was married to Subhita of village Jetpura. They have a five-year-old daughter, Ritika. Rohitash was the eldest of two brothers.
Meanwhile, the Army Authority has constituted a Court of Inquiry to inquire into the reasons behind the crash of an Advanced Light Combat Helicopter of the Indian Army in the Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. The bodies of four of the five personnel on board the helicopter have been recovered so far. This information was given by the officials on Saturday. The accident took place on Friday morning in Mining village, about 25 km from the district headquarters. The helicopter was on a regular flight from Likabali (in Assam).
He said air traffic control had received a message of a technical or mechanical failure before the helicopter crashed. The spokesman said the names of the five personnel on board the helicopter would be released after informing the relatives. He said that the Indian Army expresses its deepest condolences to the martyrs in the accident and stands with the bereaved families.
Lt Col Rawat said a search operation was launched immediately after the accident with teams from the Army and Air Force. However, it is extremely challenging due to the hilly slopes and dense forest. One Mi-17, two advanced light helicopters and three contingents of the Indian Army have been pressed into the search operation. Another defence spokesman said the cause of the accident was not known and an investigation was underway. A detailed description is awaited.