A small 20-year-old Border Security Force plane ferrying the force’s technical personnel to Ranchi on Tuesday crashed near Dwarka and burst into flames just outside IGI airport shortly after take-off killing all 10 people on board. The ill-fated twin-engine Beechcraft Super King plane suddenly took a kind of u-turn towards the airport after taking off at 9.37 am and hit a tree while apparently approaching to land following a possible technical problem, according to officials from the Air ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
“Why are old aircraft being used and lives of troops put at risk?” This was among the questions Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had to face on Wednesday from the families of the 10 personnel killed in a Border Security Force aircraft crash in the national capital. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh extends his condolences to the family members of BSF plane crash victims at the Safdarjung airport in New Delhi. Photograph: @HMOIndia/Twitter A distraught and agitated daughter of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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