IAF Helicopter Crash: Mortal remains of General Bipin Rawat, others reach Madras Regimental Centre

General Rawat and 13 others were travelling from Sulur to Wellington on Wednesday when their helicopter crashed near Coonoor

Asian News International December 09, 2021 13:09:11 IST
IAF Helicopter Crash: Mortal remains of General Bipin Rawat, others reach Madras Regimental Centre

Visuals from the Madras Regimental Centre on Thursday. ANI

Nilgiris: The mortal remains of those killed in the military chopper crash on Wednesday were brought to Madras Regimental Centre today from Military Hospital, Wellington in Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu.

The accident claimed the lives of 13 people including Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat.

General Rawat was travelling from Sulur to Wellington when his helicopter crashed near Coonoor.
General Rawat, India's first CDS, was on a visit to the Defence Services Staff College in Wellington to address the faculty and student officers of the Staff Course when his chopper crashed. The Indian Air Force has ordered an inquiry into the accident.

General Rawat was appointed as India's first Chief of Defense Staff on 31 December, 2019. He previously served as Chief of the Army Staff from January 2017 to December 2019. He was commissioned into the Indian Army in December 1978.

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