Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Motion (JKSM) Altaf Ahmed Bhat has paid glowing tributes to the officers and troopers of the “Pakistan Military who misplaced their lives whereas serving the nation relentlessly”.
Whereas expressing grief and sorrow over the helicopter crash in Balochistan a day earlier, Bhat mentioned it was a day of mourning for the nation because it misplaced its courageous sons of the soil finishing up rescue and reduction operations for the flood-hit folks.
The Kashmiri chief mentioned, “Our courageous sons of the soil are all the time ready and able to serve the nation, safe our borders and thwart every kind of assaults by the enemies.”
Bhat prayed for the deceased, saying Kashmiris share the grief and their prayers and ideas are with the bereaved households in these testing occasions.
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The wreckage of a army helicopter that went lacking Monday evening was present in a coastal district of Balochistan and not one of the six officers and crew on board has survived the crash.
Commander 12 Corps Lieutenant Basic Sarfaraz Ali, Main Basic Amjad Hanif, Brigadier Muhammad Khalid, Main Saeed Ahmed, Main M Talha Manan and Naik Mudassar Fayyaz have been on board the Mi-17 helicopter of Military Aviation.
Lt Gen Ali was supervising reduction operations in Balochistan, which has been hit exhausting by flash floods triggered by the heavy monsoon rains within the province.