IAF Chopper Makes 'Precautionary Landing' In J&K's Samba

File photo of IAF chopper

Jammu: On a routine sortie, an Indian Air Force chopper made a 'precautionary landing' in Jammu and Kashmir's Samba district on Friday after the detection of some technical snag in it, defence sources said.

A Chetak helicopter was routine sortie when its pilots noticed some technical snag in it and made a precautionary landing safely in the Purmandal area of the district, they said.

The entire four-member crew led by a squadron leader were safe after it landed at the sports ground.

The chopper later took off and landed in Jammu, they said.

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