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IAF friendly fire case: Air Force Group Captain, Wing Commander face court-martial in Mi-17 chopper crash

DNA Monday, 14 October 2019
On the morning of February 27, when Pakistan counter-attacked in response to the Balakot airstrike, an IAF Mi-17 chopper crashed over Budgam near Srinagar killing all six of its occupants.
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