IAF, Navy and Coast Guard launch large search operation for lacking AN-32

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IAF, Navy and Coast Guard launch large search operation

CHENNAI/NEW DELHI, July 22: An AN-32 plane of the IAF, with 29 personnel on board, together with 4 officers, on Friday went lacking over Bay of Bengal on its method from close to Chennai to Port Blair elevating issues over its destiny when IAF, Navy and Coast Guard launch large search operation for lacking AN-32.

IAF, Navy and Coast Guard launch large search operationAn enormous search and rescue operation has been launched by IAF, Navy and Coast Guard, deploying one submarine, eight plane and 13 ships for monitoring the upgraded airplane which made the final radio contact at 8.46am, 16 minutes after take off from Tambaram air base after IAF, Navy and Coast Guard launch large search operation for lacking AN-32.

IAF, Navy and Coast Guard launch large search operation for lacking AN-32.

“The airplane remains to be lacking. All efforts are being executed to hint the aircraft and the service personnel travelling on board,” Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar mentioned within the night.

The 29 individuals on board the Air Drive’s workhorse for a protracted interval included six crew members, two of them pilots and one navigator. In addition to, there have been 11 personnel from the IAF together with an officer, two from the Military, one from the Coast Guard and 9 from the navy which included some from its armament depot after IAF, Navy and Coast Guard launch large search operation for lacking AN-32.

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