The Indian Air Force (IAF) has issued a statement saying that there is no helicopter crash in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. All their helicopters are safe. It is being speculated that after the plane crash in Morena, Madhya Pradesh, the debris of this aircraft has fallen in Bharatpur. The Air Force has denied the plane crash in Bharatpur. Two Air Force aircraft have crashed in Morena, Madhya Pradesh. A pilot has been martyred in this incident. The Air Force has given orders for action. PMO has been informed about the accident. Both the planes had taken off from MP's Gwalior airbase. Rest both the pilots are safe.
Some reports also say that after the Morena accident, the Indian Air Force has ordered an inquiry. A Court of Inquiry has been ordered. Apprehension is also being expressed that the debris of the plane crash in Morena has fallen near Bharatpur in Rajasthan. The part of the crashed plane has fallen near Pingora railway station.
This incident happened in the Pahargarh area of Morena. After the accident, the plane caught fire. In the Pahargarh area of Morena, the debris of the fighter jets spread far and wide. Both the fighter jets took off from the Gwalior airbase. The distance from Gwalior to Morena is only 40 kms. That is, shortly after taking off, both planes have become victims of the accident.
However, earlier it was reported from Bharatpur in Rajasthan that a chartered aircraft had become a victim of the accident. Its debris has fallen near Pingora railway station. However, the Indian Air Force has now denied this and said that none of their aircraft crashed in Bharatpur.
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