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Two Nations, Lost Two Generals with Same Pattern: Same Nefarious Enemy

COINCIDENCE OR CONSPIRACY?

Gen. Rawat’s death has an eerie parallel with the helicopter crash in early 2020 that killed Taiwan’s chief of general staff, Gen. Shen Yi-ming, and seven others, including two major generals. Each helicopter crash eliminated a key figure in the defense against PRC’s aggression.

 At a time when China’s 20-month-long border aggression has resulted in a warlike situation along the Himalayan front, the tragic death of India’s chief of defense staff, Gen. Rawat, his wife and 11 other military personnel in a helicopter crash couldn’t have come at a worse time.

The strange parallel doesn’t mean there was any connection between the two helicopter crashes or an outside hand. If anything, each crash has raised important internal questions, especially about maintenance and Pilot efficiency of military helicopters transporting top generals and dignitaries.

In India, both aspects about maintenance and Pilot training are wrong, as its tenacity of our engineers who keep even 50 year old technology and 40 year old fleets, these dead coffins fighting fit in difficult terrains despite multiple challenges spare men in uniform.

Even weather, not an issue in both cases and these are the most sophisticated Military helicopters, they are always serviced timely & under no dangerous situation are given signal to fly. A senior Pilot was flying it too. Something is not connecting.

“A resident who lives close to the crash site said that he saw the helicopter flying at a very low altitude. It took a turn and crashed after hitting a jackfruit tree with a loud explosion. It was not cloudy when the incident took place…,” the officer, who spoke on conditions of anonymity, said.

Parrying questions over why the helicopter had flown at such low altitude, and whether there was any SOS from the pilot to the Air Traffic Control or the Army control, the officer said that the circumstances that led to the crash were under investigation.

The lone survivor of the yesterday IAF helicopter crash Group Captain Varun Singh is said to have sustained severe burn injuries and is being treated at the military hospital in Wellington, the Indian Air Force (IAF) said in a statement. His statement will be key for investigating Agencies.

This cannot be a coincidence. China see enemy in both these warriors from India & Taiwan. Can we afford to lose such a key figures who were shaping our security? China has to be paid back.

Investigation from Chinese and Paki’s angle MUST be explored in this tragic crash of such a High profile National Security Personnel like serving CDS and Other High ranking Defense Officials. It could be a signal of undisclosed WAR with nefarious ENEMIES. India MUST be Alert.

Jai Hind

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