How Did The Army Helicopter Crash In Jammu Kashmir?
An Army ALH Dhruv helicopter crashed at Machna in the Marwah area of the hilly Kishtwar district in Jammu and Kashmir. Pilots have got injuries but are safe.
An Indian Army helicopter crashed today in the Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. The crash took place in the Marwah area of the hill district.
While the cause of the crash is not known yet, initial reports suggest that the pilot and co-pilot have been rescued in an injured condition and are receiving treatment. However, they’re out of danger!
The region has been experiencing harsh weather with low visibility for the last week due to rain, snowfall, and cloudy weather.
There were three officials onboard the helicopter, and two pilots have reportedly received injuries but are safe now.
A search operation has been launched, and rescue teams have been rushed to the crash site. However, due to the remote and hilly area, there is no mobile phone connectivity in the region.
The Defence spokesperson has confirmed the launch of the search operation, and further details are awaited.
The crash site is located in a dense forest area, and the rescue operation started soon after receiving information about the accident. There has been no official information about the cause of the crash.
The incident highlights the risks and challenges faced by the Indian Army in carrying out their operations in remote and hilly areas.
The army has been operating in the region to counter terrorist activities and maintain law and order.
This incident serves as a reminder of the need to ensure the safety of army personnel in such challenging environments.
The Indian Army helicopter crashed in the Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir due to unknown reasons. Two pilots have been reported injured but are safe, and a search operation is under process.
The remote and hilly area has made rescue efforts challenging, and the incident highlights the risks faced by army personnel in such environments or bad weather conditions.