After Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister’s, Dorjee Khandu chopper goes missing and created ripple from Itanagar to New Delhi, it has been now traced and CM is believed to be landed safely somewhere in Bhutan.
The Helicopter carrying CM along with two crew members and two personal aides was on its way from Tawang and was supposed to land at Itanagar. But soon after its take-off it lost its contact.
But Chief Secretary of the state confirmed that CM Khandu landed safely in eastern Bhutan. But Airforce aircrafts are still making sortees. Army and Airforce are put on alert and the two aircrafts were dispatched for search and rescue.
The weather which remains unpredictable in Hill areas changed just after its take-off. Even search party was finding it difficult in terrain region to locate possible debris. Chief Minister office has now confirmed and says that everyone on board are safe.
CM is boarding another chopper and coming to capital Itanagar.
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