A piece of news is trending on the web that IAF Dhruv helicopters were fixed after a design issue, fitted with the upgraded control system. According to the report, Indian Air Force (IAF) Dhruv helicopters, came into the headlines in connection with a series of accidents because of a matter of design. However, it has been cleared now. This news is getting circulated on the web and gaining the attention of the people. What happened? What is the entire matter? We will try to cover all the details about the news. Let’s continue the article.
IAF Dhruv Helicopters design issue fixed
According to the report, An order has been passed for analysis of the design review of the locally-made helicopters by a top government managerial body responsible for the certification of the airworthiness of military aircraft. This order was passed in the month of April this year. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s CEO S Anbuvelan told HT that Dhruv maker is supplying control rods made of steel instead of aluminum to ALH and it will improve the safety of flight. Several things remain to tell you about the news, which you will find in the next section of the article.
On the basis of the report, control rods have been sent to 120 Dhruv helicopters to different squadrons BY HAL. The changes were important in the design of Dhruv choppers as the Indian armed forces operate around 330 twin-engine ALHs. During the last five years multi-mission chopper, Dhruv helicopter has been involved in accidents. ALH Dhruv has made the landing and on Bhopal this month. When conflict happened in Jammu Kashmir this year in May the ‘Dhruv’ advanced light helicopter was stopped by the Army. We will tell you moreover details about the news, which you will find in the next section of the article.
Furthermore, ALH Mark-III was the major accident of the chopper over the six months in Kishtwar, J&K. In this incident, one soldier and two pilots lost their lives, which was highly shocking. Their death was the biggest loss of the family. last year entire ALH fleet, 75 in the IAF, and 18 in the Coast Guard were grounded for technical and safety checks. IAF Dhruv Helicopters news has created several questions regarding the news. We have tried to make it clear. We have shared all the details about the news, which we have fetched from other sources to make this article. If we get any further details we will tell you first at the same site. Stay tuned for more updates.