The debris of an An-32 aircraft missing from last week was found in Arunachal Pradesh on Tuesday after eight days of deep search by the Indian Air Force. The first image of the accidental place is shared by Arunachal pradesh . The image shows the debris of plane and trees which indicates the fire extinguish when plane crashes.
The debris was found in the Payum Circle of Siang district. It was approximately at a height of 12000 feet by an MI-17 helicopter of IAF.
Due to high altitude and dense forest the helicopters can not land on crash site but nearest site found to land the rescue operations will be started from morning .
The ground forced reached the site at night.
The aircraft take off from Arunachal Pradesh to Assam and disappears from the radar around 1 pm on June 3.
Many IAF aircraft, fighter jets like C-130J transport aircraft, Sukhoi Su-30 fighter jets, NAVY P8-I search aircraft and a fleet of IAF and Army helicopters are searching for the aircraft. ISRO and drones are also involved in searching operations.
Bad weather and tough region obstructs the search operation
The region is also among the most irrelevant for air transport.