The Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced a reward of Rs. 5lakh for the one who provides credible information on the missing AN-32 aircraft with 13 on board personnel in Arunachal Pradesh on June 3.
Massive search operation has been launched by IAF to locate the missing plane since the day it went missing but troops have failed to locate the aircraft despite repeated attempts.
Wing Commander Ratnakar Singh, Defence PRO has confirmed that Air Marshal RD Mathur, AOC-in-charge, Eastern Air Command has announced a cash reward of Rs 5lakhs for the person (s) or group who would provide the credible information leading to finding of the missing AN-32 transport aircraft.
The Air Chief Marshal, Mathur made the announcement for the cash reward and also released few numbers in which people can contact the air force and provide any updates about the missing plane. The numbers are 0378-3222164, 9436499477, 9402077267 and 9402132477.
Meanwhile, the IAF has been unable to locate the aircraft since the day it went missing despite deploying its best resources due to inclement weather.
In order to locate the missing aircraft, various resources have been placed including ISRO but no breakthrough has been made yet.