MIG Crash in Barmer, both pilots martyrs: debris of aircraft spread for half a kilometer; This eighth aircraft crash in 9 years in the district

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MIG Crash in Barmer, both pilots martyrs: debris of aircraft spread for half a kilometer; This eighth aircraft crash in 9 years in the district
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A fighter jet of Air Force Mig-21 Bason (Trainer Aircraft) crashed at Bhimra village of Barmer in Rajasthan at 9.10 pm on Thursday night. It caught fire and the debris was scattered within a radius of about half a kilometer. Both the pilots aboard the aircraft have been martyred in the accident. Some videos of the incident have surfaced, in which the wreck of the aircraft is on fire after the accident. Body parts are scattered. A mobile nearby is also broken. Where the aircraft fell, there has been a big pit within a radius of 15 feet. This is the eighth case of military aircraft accident in Barmer in 9 years. The Vayu Sena has ordered the court of inquiry to ordered the Court of Inquiry to find out the cause of the accident. At the same time, condolences to the family of those who lost their lives. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh talked to Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary about the accident. This eighth Mig Cramps Commander died in the last year December in 9 years in Badmer district. The fighter aircraft crashed near Jaisalmer. Pilot wing commander Harshit Sinha was killed in the accident. The place where the jet fell is in the Sudasari Desert National Park and near the Pakistan border. The area is under the control of the Army. Wing commander Harshit Sinha flew from Jaisalmer Air Force Station for regular flight. According to the villagers, there was a fire in the air itself in the aircraft, after which it fell on the ground with a blast. After Rus and China, India's largest operator of MiG-21 and India's third largest operator after China after China Is. In 1964, the aircraft was first included in the Air Force as a supersonic fighter jet. Early jets were made in Russia and then India also achieved the rights and techniques to assemble this aircraft. Since then MiG-21 has so far MiG-21 on several occasions including the 1971 Indo-Pak War, Kargil War of 1999 Has played Russia stopped construction of this aircraft in 1985, but India continued to use its upgraded variants. The speed of 2229 km per hour, the cost 177 million mig-21 bison fighter aircraft has a speed of 2229 km per hour. Its range was around 644 kilometers. However, India's bison upgraded version can fly up to about 1000 km. Its length is 15.76 meters. Its cost is close to 177 crores. It weighs 5200 kg without weapons, while weighed with weapons is about 8000 kg. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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