A MIG-21 jet of the Indian Air Force slammed in Rajasthan’s Bikaner on Friday evening. The pilot is accounted for to be sheltered as he ejected in time.
IAF MIG 21 Crashes At Rajasthan, Bikaner, Pilot Is Safe
As indicated by sources, the MiG-21 took off from Nal on a normal mission when it endured a specialized issue. Introductory data sources propose that the jet broke down because of a bird hit, a defense representative said.
The reason for the accident will be examined by a court of the request.
The MIG-21 Bison variation of Russia made fighter last has been in the news as of late as it had taken on a Pakistani F-16 warplane in a dogfight on February 27.
Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who was flying the Mig-21, had brought down the F-16 yet had lost his jet as well. The ethereal dogfight occurred a day after the IAF launched an air strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammed dread camp in Balakot.
The episode comes days after a military aircraft smashed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam region, killing two pilots and four other IAF workforce on board, other than a local.