An army helicopter had to make an emergency landing at 9 am on Sunday in a farm in Dugaria village of Berasia, about 60 km from the state capital Bhopal. This emergency landing has been done due to technical fault. There were five crew members including the pilot in the helicopter who escaped unhurt.
According to the villagers, the helicopter was circling around the dam and then landed in the field. After this, when the villagers asked questions and answers, the army personnel refused to answer anything.
Berasia police station in-charge Dilip Jaiswal said that an emergency landing of the army helicopter was made in village Dugaria at around 9 am on Sunday morning. In which there were five crew members including a pilot. They were going from Bhopal to Jhansi.
Suddenly the helicopter saw a red tail vibration (emergency signal visible), after which an emergency landing of the helicopter was made in a field on the banks of the dam. All 6 army personnel have informed their officers about the matter. The technical fault of the helicopter is being investigated. After which he will leave for further progress.
This helicopter came carrying engineers, supporting staff and technical team. Dropped the team here and left again. Now the engineer and technical team is investigating the fault in the helicopter.
Earlier on the 91st foundation day of the Air Force, an air show was organized on September 30 at the Upper Lake in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh.
The helicopter had also come to participate in this air show. He was flying back towards his destination from Berasia.