Air Force Court of Inquiry completed, helicopter crashed because of this

Coonoor: Air Force Court of Inquiry has almost been completed in connection with last month's helicopter accident in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu. India's first CDS General Bipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat died in the helicopter accident. Sir Fars's MI-17V5 plane crashed in the accident. According to sources, the final report is expected to be submitted to the Air Chief in January.

However, no official statement has been made by Sir Fars on the investigation of the helicopter crash so far. But according to sources, the possible causes of the helicopter crash do not include human or technical errors. According to it, such accidents occur when the pilot's attention is diverted or he is not able to predict the situation properly. In addition, the pilot may have inadvertently hit a surface. Such a situation is called controlled flight into terrain (CIFT).

Sources said CIFT meant that the helicopter was worthy of flight and the pilot was not at fault. He said that in this case, visibility may have been reduced due to bad weather in the Coonoor region due to which the accident took place. It may be recalled that one of the main causes of global air accidents is CIFT. The investigating team has ruled out any possibility that there was any technical fault in the helicopter. He says there was no fault in the helicopter. Air Marshal Manvendra Singh, India's top helicopter pilot in the armed forces, is the head of the Tri-Services Court of Inquiry. The Court of Inquiry was constituted by the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary. According to sources, the report is expected to be submitted to Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary in a few days. They will be legally investigated before submitting the findings to ensure that all the rules were followed in the investigation. The investigating team is currently consulting sir force legal department to confirm its investigation.

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