Vande Bharat Mission Will Continue: Civil Aviation Ministry

Hardeep Singh Puri visited the Kozhikode Medical School hospital the place crash victims are hospitalised

New Delhi:

Vande Bharat Mission, beneath which Indians stranded overseas resulting from situations created by COVID-19 are introduced again house, will proceed, Civil Aviation Ministry stated on Saturday, a day after an Air India Specific flight from Dubai crashed at Kozhikode airport ensuing within the dying of 18 individuals.

“Vande Bharat Mission flights don’t have any downside, the mission will proceed,” the ministry stated.

The Air India Specific flight, which was a part of the Vande Bharat Mission, had crashed on the Kozhikode airport on Friday resulting in dying of 18 individuals together with the 2 pilots.

Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri earlier within the day visited the Kozhikode Medical School hospital and took inventory of the remedy of those that had been injured.

He stated in a tweet later that 149 individuals have been admitted to numerous hospitals, 23 have been discharged and three are critically injured.

Plane Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) and Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA) officers have reached Kozhikode to analyze the accident.

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