IAF’s Mi-17 chopper force-lands in Arunachal, all 16 people onboard safe


An Indian Air Force chopper, which was on a routine mission, had to force-land in the west of Tuting in Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday afternoon.

According to ANI, the Mi-17 helicopter force-landed west of Tuting in Arunachal Pradesh this afternoon.

Today afternoon one Mi-17 helicopter on a routine mission from Tuting, Arunachal Pradesh force-landed West of Tuting. All 16 on-board are safe: Indian Air Force

There were 16 people onboard the chopper, who are completely safe, the IAF said. Read more

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