The AN-32 aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) has remained missing even though a week has passed since its disappearance.
However, the search operations are on to find out the aircraft and 13 air warriors on board.
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Bad weather continued to hamper the search operations in Arunachal Pradesh, particularly the aerial operations.
While the aerial search and rescue operations remained affected on Sunday due to low clouds, only Mi-17 could be deployed for aerial survey on Monday due to bad weather.
“Aerial search and rescue operation carried out by helicopters and C-130s during the day today while missions by unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and C-130 have been planned for the night to locate the missing aircraft. There is no sighting as of now,” said Shilong-based defence spokesman, Wing Commander Ratnakar Singh....
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