Original Title: The Chief of Staff of India’s Defense Staff took the flight to the hospital after the crash: 80% of his body burns survived an air crash 6 years ago
Overseas Network, December 8th. According to reports from “India Today” and Indian TV News, on the 8th local time, an Indian Army helicopter crashed in the southern state of Tamil Nadu with 14 passengers on board, including India’s first chief of defense staff. Biping Rawat, his wife and several Indian military officers. At present, 11 people have been killed, and Lavat has burned nearly 80% of his body. He is currently receiving treatment at the Military Hospital in Wellington. According to reports, Lavat also experienced a helicopter crash six years ago and survived an air crash.
According to reports, the plane crashed before being rice -17V5 aircraft from Sorour Kyrgyz air base to Neil district of Wellington Defense Service College, foggy when the accident occurred, the air is low visibility. Live footage showed the body on fire after the helicopter crash, reported that more than a large area of severe burns. Witnesses said the aircraft crashed into trees and caught fire, falling from more than one person on the plane. Former pilot one meter 17 helicopters, said the cause of the accident could be bad weather in the mountains, it may be a technical fault. Indian Defense Minister Singh reported the accident to the Prime Minister Modi, the Indian Air Force is currently investigating the cause of the accident.
According to reports, Rawat survived a helicopter crash in Dimapur, Nagaland, in the northeast in 2015. He was a lieutenant general and was riding a Cheetah helicopter. Rawat served as the Chief of Staff of the Indian Army, and later became India’s first Chief of Staff of Defense on January 1, 2020. The position was announced by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in August 2019 to improve the coordination of the Indian armed forces. efficient. According to an earlier disclosure by the Indian media, there are as many as 37 secretary and deputy secretaries under Rawat, which has caused Indian nationals to worry about the “slightly redundant” staffing. (Overseas Net Wang Xiaoyu)