Plane That Crashed In Afghanistan’s Badakhshan Is Not Indian: DGCA

Airplane That Crashed In Afghanistan’s Badakhshan Is Not Indian: DGCA

Badakhshan: An Indian airplane crashed within the Wakhan area of Badakhshan on Sunday, information company ANI reported, citing Afghanistan media reviews. Zabihullah Amiri, the top of Data and Tradition of the Taliban in Badakhshan confirmed the incident and stated that the passenger airplane crashed in Topkhaneh Mountain alongside Karan, Manjan and Zibak districts within the province. Amiri acknowledged that an official group had been despatched to the realm to research the incident. Presently, there isn’t any data concerning the casualties or the reason for the crash. The state of affairs is beneath investigation.

In the meantime, Directorate Normal of Civil Aviation (DGCA) promptly reacted to the information and confirmed {that a} passenger airplane that has crashed within the Topkhana mountains of Afghanistan was not Indian.

DGCA additionally acknowledged that the airplane was a Moroccan registered DF 10 plane. “DGCA official confirms this isn’t an Indian airplane. A airplane that crashed within the mountains of Topkhana alongside the districts of Kuran-Munjan and Zibak of Badakhshan province was Moroccan registered DF 10 plane,” ANI tweeted citing a senior Directorate Normal of Civil Aviation (DGCA) official.

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