Defence Minister Rajnath Singh was given an in depth briefing on the tri-services inquiry into the report on Wednesday, which has gone into each side of the accident that happened when the Mi 17V5 helicopter went down in uneven climate close to Wellington with out giving out any misery name.
The reason for the crash is being recognized as a Managed Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) – when an plane crashes into the bottom on account of disorientation of the crew and never a technical glitch. A CIFT is among the many commonest causes for air crashes in unhealthy climate, particularly in hilly terrain.
As reported, the inquiry report means that the helicopter didn’t undergo from a technical defect and the incident happened when it entered a low visibility patch simply minutes earlier than the scheduled touchdown. There has not been any official assertion from the air pressure on the inquiry studies.