Raipur: In connection with the helicopter crash, BJP raised questions on maintenance, demanded investigation

AgustaWestland Helicopter Crash Case:: The main opposition BJP in Chhattisgarh has demanded a high-level inquiry, questioning the maintenance after the helicopter crash. On Thursday, the state helicopter crashed during landing in Raipur. Two pilots, Captain AP Srivastava and Captain Gopal Krishna Panda, died in the accident. The accident happened during a practice flight at Swami Vivekananda Airport. On the death of the pilots in the helicopter crash, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Dharamlal Kaushik said today, “Captain Panda was an experienced and trained pilot. Panda was serving in the state for 11 years.

BJP raised questions on helicopter crash

Then how did such an incident happen? It is necessary to thoroughly investigate every technical aspect of the helicopter. Was there any technical fault already in the chopper which has led to the accident?” Kaushik said, “A high level inquiry should be conducted to ascertain whether due attention was being paid to the maintenance including servicing or not. ." When asked about the safety standards of the helicopter, Kaushik said, “AgustaWestland helicopter is considered to be a better helicopter and it is also used during election campaigns.  It is reliable not only in Chhattisgarh but also in the country.”

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