Data recorder of crashed IAF Chopper recovered

The information recorder of the disastrous M 17 helicopter of the Indian Air Force that smashed close to Coonoor in Ooty prompting the deficiency of lives of Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat, his better half Madhulika, and 11 other outfitted faculty, was recuperated on Thursday morning.

A 25 exceptional group of the Air Force officials drove by Wing Commander R Bhardwaj has recuperated the black box and more subtleties are anticipated. The group has been leading inquiry activities since morning as the need on Wednesday was to recuperate the bodies securely to Wellington Army medical clinic.

In the interim, a six-part unique clinical group from Coimbatore is taking care of the treatment of the last one standing in the Coonoor helicopter crash, Group Captain Varun Singh who is battling for life at the Wellington Army medical clinic.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, who is at Nilgiris, has as of now conveyed to the Army group that the Tamil Nadu government would uphold the clinical treatment of Group Captain Varun Singh.

Sources at Wellington said Group Captain Varun Singh, who is a Shaurya Chakra awardee, experienced 60% consumes.

Ravikumar, who was the main individual to arrive at the mishap spot, had let IANS know that with the exception of two individuals the assortments of any remaining troopers were scorched.

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The black box can uncover the information about the helicopter’s last flight circumstance and different perspectives.

However called black box, the flight information recorder is painted in a dazzling orange tone and it records the flight information and cockpit discussions.

Further measurable assessment of the remaining parts of the chopper can likewise uncover assuming there were outer foundations for the mishap.

Moreover, Group Captain Varun Singh, the Directing Staff at the Defense Services Staff College in Wellington, Tamil Nadu, and the last one standing of the doomed chopper, can likewise give firsthand data on the flight.

On Wednesday, the IAF helicopter with 14 individuals ready, including General Rawat and his significant other, took off from Sulur air base and slammed minutes before it should land at Coonoor. IANS

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