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Airforce plane crashes in Punjab, pilot safe
Airforce plane crashes in Punjab, pilot safe

Chandigarh: A fighter plane of the Indian Air Force has crashed in Punjab. In fact, according to the information received recently, the Air Force MiG-29 aircraft has crashed in Nawanshahar in the state. The pilot of this aircraft is safe. In fact, while giving information about the plane crashed near Roorkee Kalan village in Nawanshahar district, SSP Hoshiarpur Gaurav Garg said, "The pilot has successfully ejected the aircraft and is now in the hospital in Hoshiarpur for check-up Has been admitted.

An officer of the Indian Air Force has informed that "A MiG-29 fighter plane crashed near Hoshiarpur district of Punjab today. The pilot managed to get out safely. "It is also reported that at 10.45 am the routine was loaded for the training mission and during the flight, there was a problem due to technical fault in the aircraft.

The pilot then tried to control the aircraft, but when the plane got out of control, the pilot ejected and was rescued through a co-helicopter. The district administration and police administration took care of the situation on the spot and took the pilot MK Pandey to Hoshiarpur's civil hospital for treatment. Simultaneously, the Air Force has also ordered an inquiry into the incident.

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