New Delhi, July 28 (KMS): A MiG-21 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed in Rajasthan.
The MiG-21 is described as ‘flying coffin’ among Indian Air Force personnel for its frequent incidents of crash .
The latest incident took place near Barmer in the Indian state.
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Two pilots inside the aircraft are believed to be dead. The exact reason for the crash is yet to be known.
The incident took place at around 9 pm when the MiG aircraft was involved in a sortie over the Baytu region.
The debris of the aircraft was found scattered on a half-kilometer stretch in Bhimda village in Barmer district.