Search for the missing military helicopter continues in Balochistan important figures including Corps Commander Quetta are on board

Blochistan: According to the Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army a military helicopter carrying 06 people including Corps Commander Quetta Lt. Gen. Sarfaraz Ali from Othal area of ​​Balochistan to Karachi went missing near Lasbela on Monday evening & search is on.

Search for  Missing military Helicopter continues in Balochistan important figures

Military helicopter missing in Baluchistan important persons including Corps Commander Quetta on board

It has-been confirmed by the Public Relations Department of Pakistani Army that a helicopter providing aid to the flood affected areas in Balochistan has gone missing.

According to ISPR there were 06 people in this helicopter including the commander of 12 Corps &  the search operation for this helicopter is currently going on.

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According to ISPR helicopter lost contact with air traffic control & Corps Commander Quetta was inspecting the relief operation launched after flood situation in Balochistan.

According to the details helicopter of Army Aviation took off from the Athal area at 5:10 PM and was supposed to reach Karachi at 6:50 PM but on the way it lost contact with Air Traffic Control.

joint rescue operation of police & FC has been going on for five hours.

Balochistan Police DIG Pervez Imrani says that police teams are also trying to find  helicopter. According to him this area consists of mountain ranges & difficulties are being faced in the search process.

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According to correspondent Muhammad Kazim Parvez Imrani says that teams of police officers are also busy searching in difficult areas on motorcycles & the joint rescue operation of police & FC has been going on for five hours.