HYDERABAD: Rashi Raina, one of IAF's six women fighter pilots, sustained minor injuries when a trainee aircraft Kiran crashed near Hyderabad on Friday.
The team of IAF offi als rushed to the spot and are verifying the cause of the in dent.
According to police commissioner V Shiva Kumar, "The lone women pilot survived as she ejected herself before the crash. Rashi suffered a leg injury and received first aid at the Siddipet local hospital and was later moved to Hakimpet for further treatment. There were no casualties in the in dent."
Raghu Mettu - 13 hours ago
frequent air crashes are being reported as the Indian Air Force is still using the ageing HJT-16 Kiran aircraft fleet that has long ago been recommended to be phased out by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) for training fighter pilots.
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Faisal Rizvi - 10 hours ago
Thank god the young trainee is safe. Brave lady may you touch the sky with glory soon!
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Dean - traveller - 13 hours ago
India still flying planes the w brothers invented?