Barmer/ The MiG-21 Bison fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed in Barmer, Rajasthan on Wednesday. The pilot has been injured in the accident. However, he is safe. According to the information received, the pilot was flying the fighter plane for training and during this the accident happened.
Superintendent of Police Anand Sharma told
As per the information received, the pilot is safe. Barmer Superintendent of Police Anand Sharma has told that information has been received that the MiG has crashed, after which the police and administration team are on the spot. Fire brigade is also on the spot. At the same time, the officials have also left for the spot. After the incident, officers of the Air Force from Uttarlai, including from many other places, are also reaching the spot by helicopter. At the same time, the villagers also got water tankers put in to douse the fire.
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Huts caught fire due to plane crash, no casualties
According to the information, there were some grass-thatched huts where the plane crashed. These houses caught fire due to the plane falling and being dragged far and wide. However, there is no news of loss of life during this period. About three months ago, a MiG-21 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force had crashed. Fighter jet MiG 21 crashed in the town of Baghapurana in Moga, Punjab. The pilot was killed in this accident.
Let us inform that earlier on 25 September 2019, a MiG-21 had crashed in Chaudhary Ka Pura village located in Bhind district. The accident happened in the field. The most advanced technology of the MiG-21 fighter aircraft is the Bison aircraft, which crashed at the Gwalior airbase in March, 2021. On September 25, 2019, 30 minutes after take-off from Maharajpura Air Force Station, the MiG-21 had crashed in Choudhary Ka Pura village. After the accident, the orders of the Court of Inquiry were issued by the Air Force.
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