New Delhi: The Indian Air Force, missing on June 3, has detected the AN-32 aircraft. The debris of the aircraft was found in the Leopo area of Arunachal Pradesh. The remains of the aircraft have been recovered. According to the news of the ANI, the investigating team is gathering more information. The Indian Air Force has also confirmed it by tweeting. The Air Force team is engaged in the campaign to find it.
The location of the parts of aircraft, believed to be that of missing AN-32, is 15-20 kilometers north of the flight path of the AN-32 aircraft in Arunachal Pradesh. Indian Air Force (IAF) chopper teams were involved in this mission. https://t.co/UCTC7QQiqi
— ANI (@ANI) June 11, 2019
Let me tell you that the AN-32 aircraft of Indian Air Force flew from Jorhat of Assam at around 12:25 pm on June 3, and after about 35 minutes all the contact with the ground staff of the aircraft broke off at one o’clock. The aircraft was going up to Advance Landing Ground in Mechuka, Arunachal Pradesh, adjacent to China. The crew had 8 crew members and five passenger riders. The aircraft carrying 13 people had left for Manchuka Airfield in Arunachal Pradesh. After the flight, all kinds of contact with the Ground staff were broken at one o’clock.
Air Force fired Sukhoi-30 fighter aircraft and CC-130 Special Operation Aircraft in a search operation to find missing aircraft. In the plane told that the crew had eight crew members and five passengers on board. He told that the Indian Air Force had put in place all the available resources to find the aircraft.