IAF's MiG-29 crashes close Jalandhar in Indian Punjab 
IAF's MiG-29 crashes close Jalandhar in Indian Punjab Latest News
IAF's MiG-29 crashes close Jalandhar in Indian Punjab Latest News

The distribution said that the pilot shot out securely before the accident and was taken to a close by medical clinic.

An Indian Air Force representative later gave insights about the accident, saying that the plane had been on a preparation crucial Jalandhar when it built up a specialized issue.

He said that the pilot catapulted securely; be that as it may, he 'couldn't control the airplane'.

The Indian pilot was carried later by Indian safeguard powers faculty, included the report.

Accidents including military aircraft are normal in India, which is amidst overhauling its Soviet-period military.

A large portion of the mishaps include MiGs that India purchased decades back from the Soviet Union, acquiring them the unflattering "flying final resting place" tag.

A year ago in September, an IAF Mig-21 had smashed in Madhya Pradesh, with its two pilots figuring out how to discharge securely.

Prior in 2019, another MiG-21 'Buffalo' had slammed in Rajasthan after it apparently hit a winged creature.

India is putting billions of dollars in modernizing its aviation based armed forces. It has marked an agreement to buy 36 Dassault Rafale warriors from France for $8.8 billion.