Air Commodore Sanjai Chauhan Died Like A Real Hero, Saved Lives Of Many Villagers Before His Aircraft Crashed

4:53 pm 5 Jun, 2018


In a tragic incident, an Indian Air Force’s Jaguar aircraft crashed on June 5 morning killing its pilot Air Commodore Sanjai Chauhan. The fateful incident took place at around 10:30 in the morning in the Mundra taluk of the Kutch region in northwestern Gujarat.

According to sources, Air Commodore Sanjai Chauhan took off the aircraft from Jamnagar Airbase for a routine training mission when the fighter jet crashed near Bareja village in Mundra taluka of Kutch district.


Locals found the debris of the fighter jet on the outskirts of Bareja village near Jamnagar.


Meanwhile, it is reported that a court of inquiry into the incident has been ordered by the air headquarters to investigate the cause of the accident.




Needless to mention, it is said that Air commodore Sanjai Chauhan didn’t eject from the aircraft when the incident occurred because it was over the village and could have taken many lives.




Meanwhile, aircraft crashes continue to happen across India. The Jaguar aircraft crash occurred barely after a fortnight when the crash landing of an IAF Cheetah helicopter occurred at Natha Top in Jammu and Kashmir on May 23. The helicopter, too, was said to be on a routine sortie. And on March 20 this year, an Advance Hawk Jet (AJT) trainer was crashed on the Subarnarekha River bed along Jharkhand and Odisha’s border.

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