BJP Leader Vijay Jolly Anguished on Nepal Minister Rabindra Adhikari’s death in “Nepal Airbus Helicopter Tragedy”
NEW DELHI, INDIA — Senior Indian BJP Leader Vijay Jolly is anguished on the death of Nepal Minister for Civil Aviation, Culture & Tourism Rabindra Adhikari along with six other Nepali citizens in Nepal Airbus helicopter tragedy on 27th Feb 2019.
It may be recalled that French Airbus Helicopter S-350 crashed soon after takeoff. Besides the Minister, pilot, owner of Yeti Airlines & Deputy Director General of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal – total seven VVIPs & eminent Nepali citizens died instantly. Their families demand to know the technical reasons for this crash stated BJP leader Mr. Jolly.
But even after lapse of one month, onsite investigation not conducted by airbus Paris based headquarters’ team is strange & unfortunate said Jolly. A two page memorandum on the issue was delivered by Mr. Jolly addressed to CEO, Airbus at its New Delhi office (Copy enclosed). Jolly in his memo alleged that since 21st May 1997 up-till 27th Feb 2019, airbus total 22 helicopters have crashed in Nepal. And hundreds of Nepalese have died.
BJP Leader Jolly stated that French Airbus company should have conducted onsite investigation in this helicopter tragedy. So that its findings could avert future mishaps. But till date airbus has not sent its technical team for onsite investigation. This callous & non serious attitude of airbus is painful & inhuman. Jolly posed a questioned that “When airbus even after the death of a Nepali VVIP has not acted then How could airbus ensure safety & security of ordinary citizens while flying on their aircrafts ?
In the meanwhile, Mr. Jolly complimented the sustained efforts of Public Sector Innovator Nepali citizen Dipendra Kandel for seriously pursuing the matter so as to empower the Nepal Civil Aviation Sector.
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