Indian Navy drivers join search operation for two missing pilots in Kathua

The Indian Navy drivers on Wednesday joined the search operation of two pilots of an Indian Army ALH Dhruv helicopter that crashed into Ranjit Sagar lake in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua yesterday, the officials said.

According to India Army officials, the search operations resumed early morning today.

The Ranjit Sagar Dam constructed by the Punjab Irrigation Department on the Ravi River lies on the border of Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab.

An Army Aviation ALH Dhruv helicopter that took off from Pathankot in Punjab, met with the accident during a routine sortie near Ranjit Sagar Dam, sources said.
RC Kotwal, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kathua informed that some part of the crashed chopper floating in the lake has been recovered.

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