Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board on Tuesday moved closer the DGCA for coordinating examination concerning the explanations behind the helicopter mishap at Katra. As requirements be, the gathering of DGCA accomplished Katra on Tuesday and started driving point by point examination at setback site.
In the mean time, on the headings of Shri N. N. Vohra, Chairman, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, the CEO, the sanctum board in like manner moved nearer the DGCA to autonomously driving separated Safety Audit of the Heli operations between Katra-Sanji Chhat-Katra Sector. An alternate gathering of DGCA came to at Katra on Tuesday and started driving audit on various air security guidelines, for instance, airworthiness of the helicopters, operation and emotionally supportive network being trailed by the directors.
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The executives who had suspended the heli operations as a preliminary measure have proceeded with operations with trial flights on Tuesday which may continue from Wednesdsay before starting routine flights.
As reported by Shri N. N. Vohra, Chairman, SMVDSB, Rs 3 lakh each have been given to nearest relative of all the died. The spot of love board officers also went to last ceremonies of the extensive number of explorers in Jammu and Delhi to share the trouble of the denied families who were phenomenally deputed hence.
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The officers of the Board furthermore went to the relatives of the lapsed Pilot and made strategies for transportation of her body to Delhi.
In the meantime, the Yatra to the Holy Shrine is proceeding with commonly and extraordinary surge of travelers is seen passing by strolling, stallions and palkis.