The wreckage of the missing AN-32 aircraft of Indian Air Force has been found. Its found in the Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. At the time of the accident, 13 people were on the plane. Indian Air Force’s official Twitter handle confirmed this information.
The Indian Air Force said, “wreckage of the missing AF-32 aircraft were seen today at an altitude of around 12,000 ft, 16 km north of Leo in the northeast of the Tato area of Arunachal Pradesh, now helicopters are searching in a wide area.” Indian Air Force continued its operation to find the missing aircraft since June 3.
Let the air search campaign continue for 7 days Contact with the Russian AN-32 aircraft was broken in the afternoon of June 3, after flying for Mchukka Advanced Landing Ground near the border with China, from Jorhat of Assam. There were 13 people on the plane. After the disappearance of the aircraft, the Air Force launched a comprehensive search operation in Manchuka and its vicinity.
The Air Force had also announced a reward of five lakh rupees to the person who provided information about AN-32 transport aircraft on Saturday last. On Saturday, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa reviewed the overall search campaign in a high-level meeting on the Jorhat Air Base of Assam.