In Helicopter Crash India Lost Major Sankalp Yadav

Maj Sankalp Yadav, of Army Aviation Squadron, lost his life in the line of obligation, to wounds experienced in the Cheetah Helicopter crash at Gurez, J&K on 11 March 2022. Maj Sankalp Yadav, 29 years of age, the co-pilot surrendered to his wounds at 92 Base Hospital. The harmed pilot is basic, but steady and is as of now in ICU at 92 Base Hospital. Occasions prompting the accident of the helicopter are being learned.

Braveheart, Maj Sankalp Yadav was dispatched in 2015 and was an occupant of Jaipur, Rajasthan. He is made due by his dad. Country Salutes the Braveheart Maj Sankalp Yadav for the Supreme Sacrifice in line of obligation on ‘Cas Evac’ mission in Gurez Sector. “In a serious service at BB Cantt, Army commandant, Northern Command, Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi and all positions gave proper respect to the courageous troopers for the glad country,” a safeguard representative said.

Additionally Lance Havildar Rupchand was in a fast response group obligation when the vehicle he was going in met with a mishap close to Kalaroos in Kupwara, the representative said.
“The braveheart had dropped out of the vehicle and had moved down into a valley. Prompt salvage activities were sent off and he was emptied to a tactical medical clinic, wherein the braveheart capitulated to his wounds,” the representative said.

Spear Havildar Rupchand (34) had enlisted in the Indian Army in 2008. He had a place with Dongar Gaon in Bhandara region of Maharashtra and is made due by spouse. “The human remaining parts of Maj Sankalp Yadav and Lance Havildar Bhonde Chandrasekhar Rupchand will be taken for last ceremonies to their individual local spots, where they would be let go with full military distinctions. In this hour of misery, the Army remains in fortitude with the dispossessed families and stays focused on their nobility and prosperity,” the representative said.

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