IAF forms three-part investigative court to investigate helicopter crash in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu

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CDS General Bipin Rawat and his wife, along with 11 others, were killed in a helicopter crash on Wednesday in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu.

General Bipin Rawat, Chief of the Defense Staff (CDS), his wife Madhulika Rawat and 11 others who were on board the IAF Mi-17V5 helicopter died after crashing near from Coonoor in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has formed a three-tiered commission of inquiry to investigate the cause of the helicopter crash in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu, on December 8.

The IAF called for avoiding speculation around the helicopter crash that killed CDS General Bipin Rawat and 12 others in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday. “The IAF has established a three-service court of inquiry to investigate the cause of the tragic helicopter crash on December 8, 21. The investigation would be completed quickly and the facts disclosed. Until then, to comply with the dignity of the deceased, uninformed speculation can be avoided, ”the IAF tweeted.

The Defense Ministry had earlier announced the investigation of the three services to investigate the causes of the helicopter crash that killed the Chief of the Defense Staff, General Bipin Rawat, his wife Madhulika and 11 soldiers.

The investigation into the three services will be led by Indian Air Force Air Officer Training Command, Air Marshal Manvendra Singh, one of its most experienced helicopter pilots with more than 6,600 flight hours on different types. It is reasonable to assume that his committee will also recruit helicopter experts from the other two services.

The statement was released by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in both Houses of Parliament on December 9.

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