Wreckage of Indian Navy MiG-29K located, but no sign of Commander Nishant Singh

The Indian Navy has recovered some debris of the crashed MiG-29K aircraft that went missing in the Arabian Sea off the Goa coast. However, no sign of the mission pilot Commander Nishant Singh is reported.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Nov 30, 2020 14:35 IST
Wreckage of Indian Navy MiG-29K located, but no sign of Commander Nishant Singh
Representational image- Courtesy- Oneindia

Wreckage of Indian Navy MiG-29K has been located about 70 km off Goa coast. Some parts have been recovered. Diving support vessel INS Nireekshak at site and naval divers are on investigation, a defence spokesperson says.

According to the report publishe in The Hindu debris of Indian Navy Mig-29k including landing gear, turbo charger, fuel tank engine and wing engine cowling have been located. But there is no sign yet of missing pilot Commander Nishant Singh.

In addition to nine warships including INS Nireekshak and 14 aircraft including P8I are engaged in the search efforts, Indian Navy’s Fast Interceptor Craft are also deployed.

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