According to a media report, a helicopter of the Indian Army crash-landed in the Poonch district of Indian-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.
As per the details, the helicopter was carrying the Northern Army commander on board at the time of the crash. The officials of the Indian Army said that there were no casualties in the helicopter crash.
According to News18, an Indian news channel, the helicopter developed the technical issues and crash-landed in the Bedar area of Poonch district.
The details said that Lt General Ranbir Singh, Northern Army Commander, was the part of the seven people aboard, including two pilots.
Earlier on 28 September, a pilot of the Indian Army was killed in a helicopter crash in Bhutan. According to the details of that crash, he and a Bhutanese army pilot were flying the Indian chopper.
It is pertinent to mention here that several reports of Indian Army planes crashing have been reported in the period of the past few months.