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No Clue! Indian Air Force AN 32 Still Untraceable Pray for Good News

No Clue! Indian Air Force AN 32 Still Untraceable Pray for Good News : It’s been longer than 52 hours ago Indian Air Force’s AN 32 went lost, still the plane is untraceable. on the last Friday, the Indian Air Force’s AN 32 passed over the Bay of Bengal following taking off from the Chennai airport. While in the bay of Bengal city, there are the various plan and aircraft searching of the Indian Air Force’s AN 32.

52 hours on, Indian Air Force's AN 32 still untraceable

Extensive search operation started for the lost Indian Air Force’s AN 32:

According to the source reports, Wher in the bay of Bengal where the exclusive operation are started by the IAF and Navy and Coast Screw, also one submarine including for this operation.

And around 15 Ships and 9 aircraft searching that Indian Air Force’s AN 32 however at the present time there is no clew of the Indian Air Force’s AN 32 . During IAF has pushed into help a C130 plane along with two Air Force’s AN 32 .

Indian Air Force Aircraft AN-32 gone missing after it took off from Chennai

The Navy has also pressed into service two Dornier aircraft and 12 ships by the Eastern Fleet Commander on board for the hunt and saving action.

While Indian Navy PRO Captain D.K. Sharma told the Indian Air Force and Navy and Coast Screw are involved in all-out search acts to find the Indian Air Force’s AN 32.

Defence Minister carries extraordinary examination for the lost Indian Air Force’s AN 32 :

From the reports, Where Defence Minister ‘Manohar Parrikar’ led an elevated survey to watch the research and performed the rescue operations for the lost Indian Air Force’s AN 32.

He left an aircraft from Tambaram and was prepared by the IAF and Navy staff before going for the flying survey. Then Air Marshal A.K. Singh has told the prospects of survival have decreased significantly as the several crucial moments has crossed. still, no good news comes from the defense ministry.

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