Pakistani Helicopter Crash-Lands In Afghanistan, Incumbents Held by Taliban

A Pakistani chopper, headed to Russia for a revamp, met with crash landing in Afghanistan and the authorities fear that people on board might’ve been captured by the Taliban.
Consecutive to the crash, Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Shareef called the US Commander of Troops in Afghanistan and provide his assistance in the return of the crew members, held by the Taliban.
Pakistani chopper, the Mi-17 was a transport helicopter that unfortunately met with the crash in the Azra district, where it caught fire. The people who live in the area where this accident happened say that, the chopper was set on fire by the Taliban, following which it crash landed and then the crew on board was taken hostage by the Taliban militants. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
The Pakistan military and NATO, Resolute Support Mission denied the statements made by the Afghan government, where they had claimed that the helicopter belonged to them and it was not the property of Pakistan army.
The particular statement did not take much time for verification and the Pakistani ambassador in Kabul and the Ministry of Foreign affairs, both have accustomed that the affected aircraft belonged to Pakistan.

Pakistani Helicopter Crash-Lands In Afghanistan, Incumbents Held by Taliban

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