Satellites，spy planes in hunt for missing AN-32
NEW DELHI/GUWAHATI:Satellites，spy aircraft，fighters，helicopters and foot soldiers are conducting a major search operation for the missing AN-32 medium transport aircraft，but are yet to find any trace of the wreckage in the densely-forested hilly terrain of Arunachal Pradesh.
The”zone”was calculated on the basis of the last radar and radio contact by the ill-fated AN-32 with ground control units at 1 pm on Monday，close to the China border in the West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh.
Arunachal Pradesh home minister Bamang Felix said，”We have mobilised the civil and police administration of five districts.We have also appealed to the local people to join the administration in the search operation.”The area over where the aircraft is believed to havegone missing is densely forested and inaccessible.The weather is also bad.But we are hopeful of getting some news.”
30IAF missing since 2016 and another 13 missing since 3 days.If India doesn’t have capacity to find then don’t shy to take help from foreign countries.Election over doesn’t mean Army personal life is over..…
We are searching with all resources available.not like khangess/Aapki，they will search for their voters only
Surya Singh·Location·6 hours ago
See the Positive side.With more and more personnel dead or missing，job vacancies in the Army，Aitforce，Navy will be available.
Rahul·11 hours ago
…and morons still do everything to stop the procurement of Rafale aircraft，which would be the first step towards a complete overhaul of the ageing fleet.
Rafiq Ahmed·5224·Rahul Ghosh·7 hours ago
You fool rafale is not an transport aircraft.
V.8 hours ago
This is not the first time an aircraft is missing near the Chinese boarder of Arunachal Pradesh.There is something fishy going on here.
VR·Location·6 hours ago
Go and bomb China
Ramesh·Bangalore·9 hours ago
Testing time for the newly inducted Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.But what he can do？All these（flying coffins）are purchased decades back by corrupt Congress government.
Ramesh Sargam·9 hours ago
Wow.You are really a piece of art.At the time of this sad moment you can only think of politics.Wah bhakt wah Your parents must be proud of you
Anup Sinha·Australia·2 hours ago
And trolls are busy blaming Modi.
Honest Indian·600·Rahul Ghosh·7 hours ago
A Mig fighting with F16.A fighter of 1970s fighting with fighter of 2010s.That is the modernisation of our IAF.Mig fighters are getting crashed every year and many a times pilots are getting killed，but Congress didn”t do anything to buy Rafale.
That concludes that Congress want to weaken our forces，reason known to them.Congress main agenda，mera kitna，in all contracts and deals.And so people have voted them out of power very badly again.Jai Ho Indian Voters.
Advaiti·8 hours ago
Retire Congress era equipment.They are all bought with low level specifications and with high level of corruption！
The Electroman·534·The·12 hours ago
very poor state of affairs..…seems like IAF is in desperate need of complete overhaul
Bon Ton·11 hours ago
China must have shot it down for sure
Neville Jerome·2088·Bon Ton·7 hours ago
Neville Jerome·2088·The Electroman·7 hours ago
When farmers are given money for free，there is not enough funds available for other sectors.
Prabhat Tevatia·489·Neville Jerome·2 hours ago
Stop eating food and buy armament.
Atul Rupani·Kolkata·11 hours ago
This is indeed ridiculous.How can we fly an aircraft which we cannot track.
Shame on us.
Who certified it to be airworthy.
We can track our satelites and mars mission spacecraft and we cant track an aircraft if it goes missing.Doob marne jaisa haal kisne kiya
Atul Rupani·7 hours ago
Very correct.Other day they shot down our own helicopter.Can”t believe how it can happen.
We lost our IAF officers just for nothing.
Hell·Touch Me·Hell·8 hours ago
Now Balakot looks more a fake with no proof and the capabilities，training，exe ution of IAF in serious doubts.
Neville Jerome·2088·Touch Me·7 hours ago
If your ROFL Ghandy was the PM，then the situation could have been worse.
Ramesh Sargam·Mumbai·8 hours ago
if even one percent of fekus bjpee expenses on poll campaign were to go to defence，all our flying coffins would have been upgraded.but no..
Berain Walia·8 hours ago
IAF needs new aircraft
Udayakumar·8 hours ago
After many plane crashes，naval accidents etc I wonder if the people in the administration of defence are capable professionals.Lack of funds should not be an excuse for such cavalierattitude.Don’t they care for the life of our soldiers？We are going to become 3rd largest economy&still using these flying coffins without modern avionics that too in the most inaccessible terrain.Is Rajnath Singh capable of changing this scenario？If government is incapable of funding modernization，let the corporate…Read More
Udayakumar Shetty·Location·6 hours ago
3rd Largest Economy in paper only.In reality，even Bangladesh is having more money than India.Go to Bangladesh and compare factories there with those in India.See the jobs statistic too.Soon，many Indians will go to Bangladesh for works like they went to middle east.
sushant thorat·7 hours ago
where is feku？？？？Ask him go and search.he won elections only because of army”s sacrifice..
Kumar·7 hours ago
this is what happens when you trying to fly Jet which supposed to be in museum！
Kumar Sundar·Mumbai·6 hours ago
Was it not tested thoroughly before taking off？？？
Skanda B·Mumbai·7 hours ago
My worst fears is the aircraft must have strayed into Chinese teritory and shot down by the chinese and the wreckage could beinside china.
Baby·11 hours ago
When will the Sr.Air Force Chiefs，Politicians&Defence Secretaries become humane and valuelives of our Airforce Officers，Pilots&Soldier-quit using VINTAGEs，ground them and replace with new ones？
Not doing their duty and risking lives of Soldiers they need to be accused of curroption
（deriliction of their duties）&murders！
Baby Mohan·Banagalore·6 hours ago
Hope that there is no Chinese involvement in the whole story？！Remember，the location is Arunachal Pradesh.
Suchitra Pradhan·8 hours ago
From yesterday onwards im telling you.china has something to do with it.i guess its 6 to 7 th time that plane went missing in that region of arunanchal pradesh which china claims his territory.
suchitra pradhan·7 hours ago
As if China has nothing else to do.
Neville Jerome·2088·Bllog Suri·7 hours ago
This aircraft was purchased by the Congress govt.
Jagjit Singh·1027·Jagjit·8 hours ago
ask MOTI SCIENTIST，he knows plane is behind the clouds.
OM ACP·1160·Om·8 hours ago
Might have gone to China side.Please check..
OM ACP·Mumbai·6 hours ago
The destination was far away from China.…does not make any sense if we consider China'”s hand on it.…
Tiger·New Delhi·6 hours ago
India urgently needs advanced and safe defence systems.…
Srinivas Dhangar·Pune，Maharashtra·6 hours ago
Did chinese people shoot it down？
Dilip Kumar·8 hours ago
Strange.…looks might have lost control and crossed over to Chinese side..India must also scan Chinese side via satellite and sorties..…
Anand·Kolkata·8 hours ago
The rate at which IAF is losing planes and choppers one after another，it is advisable to increase the number of Rafale aircraft in our indent by 30 percent more so that the Air Force can have spares planes for causing accidents.！
Secunderabad·11 hours ago
Our technology n capabilities are exposed.Just as Malaysian flight going under n never being actually identified inspite of every efforts.Our talks of expedition to Mars etc are dream rides when in reality we cannot even map this earth properly
James·5 hours ago
What a shame.…we are spending 1000s of crores sending satellites but we have no technology to trace a lost flight.Since no fire or smoke was seen，let’s pray that the people are safe.
Av·Vadodara·6 hours ago
bad weather？where’s our Learned cloud scientist？
Himanshu Agarwal·6 hours ago
If India is not capable search the jet they can take help from Russia
Bl·8 hours ago
Check Chinese activities during the flight may get some clues
Terry Wilson-BI Padmanabha·Mackay·6 hours ago
I will give you a clue.Get rid of the AN-32 flying coffins that are 30 years old instead of blaming China