Tri-Services Court of Inquiry submits its preliminary findings
- The Tri-Services Court of Inquiry into the Mi-17 V5 chopper accident on December 8 has submitted its preliminary findings.
- The accident took the lives of 14 people including CDS Bipin Rawat.
- The inquiry team analysed the Flight Data Recorder and Cockpit Voice Recorder besides questioning all available witnesses to determine the most probable cause of the accident.
- The Court of Inquiry has ruled out mechanical failure, sabotage or negligence as a cause of the accident.