CDS Bipin Rawat succumbed to injuries caused during Mi17V5 Helicopter crash at Coonoor, Tamil Nadu. Around 13 members out of 14 are confirmed to be died.
Indian Air Force confirms the death of CDS Bipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat. Group captain Varun Singh is under treatment. Indian Air force confirmed the news on their official twitter handle.
Prithvi Singh Chauhan was pilot of the Chopper which crashed in Coonoor region of Tamil Nadu. Coonoor is situated between Sulur and Coimbatore. Several politicians regretted over the painful demise of CDS Bipin Rawat.
CDS Bipin Rawat was first CDS of India and is also honored for Balakot Air Strike and Uri Surgical Strike on Pakistan based terrorism. It will not be very hard to say that Rawat was one of the finest and visionary leader of Defense staff.
PM Narendra Modi, DM Rajnath Singh and HM Amit Shah tweeted over the same,