The Air Force of India has announced that it will give out Rs. 5 Lakh to the person who can give them information about the An-32 aircraft that went missing on June 3 in Arunachal Pradesh, the plane took off from Jorhat, Assam.
The Indian Air Force is currently conducting a search operation for the An-32 airplane.
Air Marshal, RD Mathur, the Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Eastern Air Command, announced the cash reward.
If you have any information about the An-32 aircraft that went missing on June 3, you can call the following numbers:
The Air Force of India is currently using all of its assets and is working with the Indian Army, civil authorities of Arunachal Pradesh, and other agencies, to locate the plane, Ratnakar Singh, a wing commander, and the defense PRO in Shillong.
The An-32 had 13 people aboard the plane when it disappeared.
Officials say that the aircraft took off from Jorhat by 12:27 pm on Monday and was headed to Mechuka Advanced Landing Ground.
The An-32 aircraft made contact with the ground control unit at 1 pm.
The Indian Air Force will conduct an aerial search operation for the missing aircraft this week after the weather conditions become well.
Members of the Indian Army have been deployed in the mountainous area and are on their 6th day.
A spokesperson from the Indian Air Force said, “The area of search is mountainous and heavily forested with thick undergrowth. The weather in the area has been inclement with low clouds and rain during most hours.”
The Indian Air Force will use a Sukhoi-30 airplane, a C-130J, an An-32 plane, a Mi-17 plane, and ALH Helicopters in the aerial search operation for the missing aircraft.