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Inclement weather continues to hamper search for missing plane

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AALO, June 9 - The search team is still clueless on the missing IAF aircraft on day seven and inclement weather condition here is posing obstacles in the search operation, an official press release.

The 35 minutes of time that elapsed from take off and losing ATC ground control from Jorhat to Payum Circle gives an assumption that the fast flying aircraft might have reached or crossed Tato Circle towards Monigong, sources said.

The Army, West Siang, Siang and Shi-Yomi administration is rendering all possible help and assistance to IAF by deputing local hunters and experts.

The ground teams have serious limitations and their services can only be utilised after locating the site.

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Inclement weather continues to hamper search for missing plane

AALO, June 9 - The search team is still clueless on the missing IAF aircraft on day seven and inclement weather condition here is posing obstacles in the search operation, an official press release.

The 35 minutes of time that elapsed from take off and losing ATC ground control from Jorhat to Payum Circle gives an assumption that the fast flying aircraft might have reached or crossed Tato Circle towards Monigong, sources said.

The Army, West Siang, Siang and Shi-Yomi administration is rendering all possible help and assistance to IAF by deputing local hunters and experts.

The ground teams have serious limitations and their services can only be utilised after locating the site.