Air Force MiG-21 fighter jet crashes in Rajasthan, both pilots dead

An Air Force fighter plane suffered a terrible accident. An Air Force MiG-21 fighter jet crashed Thursday night while flying in the Burma district of Rajasthan. Two pilots of the aircraft died in this incident. MiG 21 fighter jet wreckage recovered from Bhimra village in Barmar. The exact reason for the crash of this Air Force fighter plane is not yet known. A high-level investigation has been ordered by the Air Force. Past The District Magistrate, Superintendent of Police and Air Force officials attended after receiving news of the plane crash. According to Air Force sources, there were two pilots on the plane. Both are dead.

“A ‘Court of Inquiry’ has been ordered to find out the cause of the crash,” a statement from the Indian Air Force said. In addition to wishing the soul of the pilot who died in this plane crash, condolences were also expressed to his family. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also expressed deep sorrow over the incident.

Meanwhile, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot expressed his grief over the deaths of two air force pilots in a tweet and wrote, “Two IAF pilots lost life while on duty when an Air Force IAF MiG-21 aircraft encountered a plane crash at Barmar May their souls rest in peace, my sincere condolences to the bereaved family” .

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