Two Indian Army pilot died in helicopter crashes in Bhutan

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Two Indian Army pilots died in helicopter crashes in Bhutan after return complete Military training.

The pilot identifies as  Lieutenant Colonel Rajneesh Parmar of the Indian Army. and  Captain Kalzang Wangdi of Bhutanese Royal Army. It was Lieutenant Colonel Rajneesh Parmar’s birthday on Friday.

Indian Army spokesman Colonel Aman Anand said the helicopter crashed at 1 pm near Yongfulla in Bhutan. The helicopter was on its way from Khirmu to Arunachal Pradesh to Yongfulla. Radio and other connection disconnected.

Rescue Operation started by colonel Aman Anand and his team also.

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