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After persistent efforts by the armed forces for 75 days, the Army recovered the body of Captain Jayant Joshi

Nearly two-and-a-half months after pilot Captain Jayant Joshi’s helicopter crashed during a training sortie on August 3, the Army recovered…


After persistent efforts by the armed forces for 75 days, the Army recovered the body of Captain Jayant Joshi

Nearly two-and-a-half months after pilot Captain Jayant Joshi’s helicopter crashed during a training sortie on August 3, the Army recovered his body from the Ranjit Sagar Dam reservoir on Sunday.

Persistent efforts by Army and Navy for 75 days that were working day and night to recover the body of Capt Jayant Joshi, second pilot of the helicopter which crashed in Ranjit Sagar Dam on August 3 has finally succeeded. Body has been recovered from the lake bed.

Due to vast expanse & depth of the dam,search & rescue team was using state of the art multi-beam sonar equipment to scan lake bed&based on inputs received, remotely operated vehicle having robotic arm along with professional divers were launched to search the area.

What people are saying?

Vallabhan What caused this crash? May their souls rest in peace. More Indian servicemen are killed in accidents than in battles in the past few decades, when there’s been no war. The outdated MIG21s, chetaks etc. which are flying coffins.

Aatmnirbhar State of the art equipment took 76 days to recover our soldier body, please throw that equipment which took this much time Or either stop calling it state of the art equipment, disappointed.

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