Pakistan: A Pakistani Army helicopter went missing yesterday on Monday. Pakistan Air Force is actively carrying out rescue and relief operations in the flood affected areas of Balochistan. The media wing of the army said via Twitter that the aviation helicopter, which was on flood relief operation in Lasbela, Balochistan, lost contact with air traffic control. Six people, including Commander 12 Corps, supervising flood relief operations in Balochistan, were on board, the tweet said. Now the search operation is on.
rescue operations instructions
Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar Sidhu has issued instructions to the concerned branches of PAF to make maximum efforts for relief and rescue operations in the flood-affected areas of Balochistan. During the operation, helicopters also transported 16,995 pounds of relief goods, including sugar, pulses, tea, and life-saving medicines, to flood-affected areas.
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6 people aboard the helicopter
According to information received from Pakistani media, it is being told that it has been more than 5 hours since the ATC lost contact with the helicopter. There have been floods in the areas of Pakistan. Pakistan Army is carrying out relief operations in flood-hit Balochistan Sindh, Gilgit-Baltistan and Khyber provinces. It is being told that 6 people were aboard the helicopter, including the commander of 12 corps. He was monitoring the ongoing operation in Balochistan.
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