Indian Air Force’s Jaguar jet crashes in Gujarat’s Kutch, the court of inquiry ordered to probe accident: On Tuesday around 10.30 am, An Indian Air Force Jaguar aircraft crashed, in Gujarat’s Kutch region, as per the media reports.
The IAF Jaguar was on a routine training mission from the Jamnagar.
According to ANI, The pilot, died in the crash, reportedly. A court of inquiry has been ordered in order to investigate the actual reason of the mishap.
The plane’s debris was strewn far and wide on the outer edge of the village, locals told the same.
The incident occurs after, some months when an IAF helicopter crashed in Assam’s Majuli Island, killed 2 pilots.
The 2 Indian Air Force pilots were killed in the following crash in Majuli in February, post some minutes of their micro light aircraft took off on a routine sortie, Defence ministry officials stated the same.
The aircraft crashed in the river island, after the plane was taking off from the Jorhat air base.