- Along with CDS Bipin Rawat, two bravehearts of Rajasthan were also martyred.
- Kuldeep Singh Rao, resident of village Ghardana Khurd in Jhunjhunu district was martyred.
- Vidyadhar resident Prithvi Singh Chauhan also martyred
Indian army helicopter crash News :The helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu on the afternoon of Wednesday 8 December has brought a wave of mourning across the country. Rajasthan has also suffered a lot in this accident. Two sons of the state have been martyred in this accident. Along with CDS Bipin Rawat, two bravehearts of Rajasthan were also martyred. Kuldeep Singh Rao, resident of village Ghardana Khurd in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan and Prithvi Singh Chauhan, resident of Vidyadhar have also said goodbye to the world after this accident. Both of them were pilots in the Air Force. Prithvi Singh Chauhan was flying the air charter mi-17V5 and Kuldeep Singh Rao was the pilot.
The family of martyr Kuldeep Singh Rao lives in a villa located on Kalwar Road, Jaipur.
Shaheed Kuldeep Singh Rao is a native of Ghardana Khurd village of Jhunjhunu district. His parents live in a villa located on Kalwar Road in Jaipur. Father Randhir Singh is a retired officer from the Navy. Abhita Rao, sister of martyr Kuldeep Singh Rao, is also posted in the army as Deputy Commandant.
Shaheed Kuldeep Singh Rao was well versed in the latest technology
Wing Commander Kuldeep Rao had a great experience flying the aircraft. He was well versed in the latest technology. For this reason, he used to get the responsibility of flying helicopters during CDS or other VVIP movement. Martyr Kuldeep Singh Rao was married on 17 November 2019. His wife is a lecturer at Chaudhary Charan Singh University in Meerut.
Martyr Prithvi Singh Chauhan’s family lives in Vidyadhar Nagar
Pilot Prithvi Singh Chauhan, who was flying the helicopter Mi-17 V5, was originally from Agra. Shaheed Chauhan’s family lives in Vidyadhar Nagar, Jaipur. Wing Commander Prithvi Singh Chauhan was a resident of Saran Nagar in Dayalbagh. He was the only son of his father Surendra Singh. Wing Commander Prithvi Singh Chauhan was the youngest of four siblings. Shaheed Prithvi Singh Chauhan was selected in the Air Force in the year 2000. Was posted at Air Force Station near Coimbatore for the last 2 years. In the year 2017, Prithvi Singh Chauhan got married to Kamini, a resident of Vrindavan. They have a 12 year old daughter and a 9 year old son.
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