ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in a telephonic discussion with Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday got the most recent data in regards to the missing Pakistan Army Aviation helicopter.
The tactical’s media wing on Monday said that the flying helicopter was on a flood help activity in Lasbela, Balochistan when it lost contact with airport regulation (ATC).
Six people were ready, including Commander 12 Corps who was overseeing flood help tasks in Balochistan,” the tweet had said, it is in progress to add that a hunt activity.
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In the telephonic conversation today, the COAS informed the top state leader about the continuous pursuit activities since the previous evening.
Gen Bajwa updates PM Shahbaz on search operations for missing military chopper
The state head communicated his anxiety over the wellbeing of Commander of 12 Corps Lieutenant General Sarfaraz Ali and other six authorities and jawans locally available the helicopter.
He named Lt Gen Sarfraz Ali an exhaustive expert and a great individual.
The top state leader said the whole country was profoundly disheartened over the occurrence and appealed to God for the protected return of the bold children of the dirt.
He said the officials and jawans who gave help to the flood casualties had arisen as a commendable illustration of devotion and administration.
The chief said serving the siblings, sisters and kids in their hour of need was the genuine strength of the Pakistani country.
As per the subtleties circulated by Geo News, Major Syed was the pilot while Major Talha was the co-pilot of the helicopter.
The Director-General of Coast Guards Brigadier Amjad, Engineer Brigadier Khalid, and Chief Naik Mudassir were additionally installed.