The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Friday said the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and Flight Data Recorder (FDR) of the An-32 flight that crashed in Arunachal Pradesh killing 13 persons were recovered even as the retrieval of the mortal remains of the personnel is proving to be difficult due to inclement weather. “The IAF has flown around 200 sorties towards the An-32 search and recovery operations and is sparing no efforts in recovering the remains of its personnel for which eight helicopters have been deployed,” he added. Singh said, “The next of kin of all personnel on board have been informed of the crash and the subsequent search operations undertaken by the IAF. Concerned family members have been apprised of the progress of the recovery operations as well and IAF officials are in regular touch with them. The IAF and all its personnel stand with the families in this hour of grief.
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