Jungles Of Nallamalla , "CHENCHU ADIVASIS" And Missing Helicopter

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Since yesterday morning helicopter carrying CM of ANDHARA state was missing. A massive search operation was launched with help of helicopters, satellites, thermal sensing devices, and mobile phone companies plus revenue and paramilitary officials. This is a massive Manhunt still continuing in Jungles of Nallamalla. Rains and thunder bolts are said to be reason for missing helicopter.
Amazingly all these hi-tech devices and trained people were not able to locate the helicopter or CM.

Now there is good news that at least chopper has been located in hill top of dense jungles of "Nallamalla." with help of an adivasi tribe (tribals), a most primitive tribe of INDIA, helped in locating the chopper. These are bow and arrow carrying tribals called "CHENCHU ADIVASIS.”Nallamalla Forest is known as Black Forest meaning nothing is visible even in day time. No wonder such Hi-tech equipment, Failed and Help these tribals yielded some results so far.
I PRAY FOR SAFETY OF PILOTS AND OTHER PEOPLE IN CHOPPER.
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our beloved CM is such a man of masses that majority of AP people did not sleep last night and are praying for the safety of the CM and other Crew.

still waiting for his safe return
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Local police, Para military forces, Army, ISRO, Satellites Imagery , unmanned aircraft, NASA etc. (Include everything I have left out). What a waste of resources and work force, which could all have been avoided by installing proper homing devices or something like that. And I have had enough of this news anyway, I hope that they come to some result soon and get it over with.
If you find my posts confrontationist, please bear, I am an old frustrated guy who has nothing better to do than sit on rocking chair and curse the world whole day
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Originally Posted by jituyadav View Post Local police, Para military forces, Army, ISRO, Satellites Imagery , unmanned aircraft, NASA etc. (Include everything I have left out). What a waste of resources and work force, which could all have been avoided by installing proper homing devices or something like that. And I have had enough of this news anyway, I hope that they come to some result soon and get it over with.

5000 PARAMILTIRY WAS DEPLOYED , but jungles are so dense that these trained personnel are help less.Revenue officer gave idea of using services of tribals, very inexpensive way, and only that has given some results.
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The news has just declared him dead, god bless his soul
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Originally Posted by sash561 View Post The news has just declared him dead, god bless his soul

Oh sad , what about pilot and other crew.
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Oh sad , what about pilot and other crew.
There are no survivors unfortunately
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bodies found or just assumptions due to massive fall.
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i assume you have access to cable?
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sorry, not right now only after 6pm.what do you want to ask, i have excess to rediffmail.But there views of bloggers are not kind towards the departed soul.
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I feel strange by mentioning the basics but timesnow.tv, ibnlive.com and other millions of news sites are always there. And have rarely seen bloggers going all out for the departed soul ...But wait...I hardly read any blog..Hmmmm.
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Originally Posted by jituyadav View Post I feel strange by mentioning the basics but timesnow.tv, ibnlive.com and other millions of news sites are always there. And have rarely seen bloggers going all out for the departed soul ...But wait...I hardly read any blog..Hmmmm.

Read yesterday to early morning comments, it would be an eye opener. Recent comments are for condolence purpose. But still you will find majority deleted by M/.old ones are there.

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