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india Continues Aircraft Crash Party as indian air force Squadron Leader Burned Alive As Mig 21 Bison Aircraft Crashed in indian Punjab:
india continued its aircraft crash party as indian air force squadron leader abhinav Choudhry burned alive as an indian air force MiG 21 Bison Aircraft Crashed in morga district of northwestern indian Punjab during a ‘Routine’ training sortie.
According to the details, the indian air force braces the loss of another squadron leader abhinav Chaudhry and MiG 21 Aircraft crashed in the Morga district in indian Punjab.
The Charred body of indian air force squadron leader abhinav Chaudhry was recovered near the crash site.
indian air force, in an attempt to hide its incompetency and cowardness, puts blame on the technical snag, an old rhetoric which the indian air force is using for decades to cover up its incompetency.
indian air force released a statement as” There was an aircraft accident last night involving a Bison aircraft of the IAF in the western sector. The pilot, Sqn Ldr Abhinav Choudhary, sustained fatal injuries. IAF condoles the tragic loss and stands firmly with the bereaved family.”
The heroic indian air force has launched the inquiry to ascertain the real cause of the crash, it is another old rhetoric which indian air force used to hide its incompetency. As despite decades, no inquiry report has surfaced.
The indian air force has mastered the art of aircraft crashing as it had crashed nearly hundreds of aircraft in its inventory, including SU30MKI, MiG 21 Bison, MiG 29 and so on.
Top Defense Analysts are claiming that the indian air force can also crash the lunar, if someone ask them to fly it.
The indian air force is known across the globe due to its incompetency and cowardliness. The world has taken the glimpse of the real professional approach of indian air force pilots during the eve of Feb 27, 2019, in which the Brave Falcons of the PAKISTAN AIR FORCE destroyed all the fake dignity and pride of india by destroying 2 indian fighter jets, including SU30MKI and MiG 21 Bison Aircraft, in Broad Daylight.
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