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Breaking MiG Crash in Barmer, Rajasthan: News of the death of both pilots; Debris of the aircraft spread for half a kilometer; Rescue continues

Breaking MiG Crash in Barmer, Rajasthan: News of the death of both pilots; Debris of the aircraft spread for half a kilometer; Rescue continues

The Air Force fighter aircraft in Barmer, Rajasthan crashed at around 9 pm. In this, both the pilots died. The aircraft caught fire after the accident. Its debris is scattered within a radius of about half a kilometer. The aircraft has become accidental in Bhimra village of Baytu police station area. Teams of administration have been sent on the spot. Some videos of the incident have come out, in which the wreck of the aircraft is on fire after the accident. A pilot's body is also visible on the ground. He is burnt his body. His mobile has also dropped nearby. Local people are engaged in rescue with the administration. Wing commander died in the last year, last year, on December 24, a MiG-21 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed near Jaisalmer in Rajasthan on Friday evening. Pilot wing commander Harshit Sinha died in this accident. The place where the jet has fallen is in the Sudasari Desert National Park and near the Pakistan border. This area is under the control of the Army. Therefore, no one is being allowed to go there. The ritual has crashed at around 8.30 pm. Wing commander Harshit Sinha flew from Jaisalmer Air Force Station for regular flight. The accident is about 70 km from Jaisalmer instead of the accident. Police and fire brigade reached the spot on the spot. According to the nearby villagers, there was a fire in the air itself, after which it fell on the ground with a blast. In August, it was also in August 2021 before the accident, a MiG-21 aircraft crashed in Barmer in August 2021. This fighter jet training was on flight. After the take off, it caused technical fault and the plane fell on a hut. Pilot had ejected himself before the plane crashed. India is the largest operator of MiG-21 after Rusus and China and India is the third largest operator in MiG-21 after China. In 1964, the aircraft was first included in the Air Force as a supersonic fighter jet. The early jets were built in Russia and then India also acquired the right to assemble the aircraft. Since then, MiG-21 has played a key role on several occasions including the 1971 Indo-Pak War, the 1999 Kargil War of 1999. Russia stopped construction of this aircraft in 1985, but India has been using its upgraded variants. 7 fighter jet crash copyright in 8 years in Rajasthan of ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 4:50 pm
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