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IAF losing 10 aircraft per year in accidents

New Delhi, May 8 (UNI) A parliamentary panel has expressed its deep concerns over the continued incidents of mishaps involving aircraft of the Indian Air Force, resulting into loss of precious lives and huge money.
In its latest report, the Standing Committee on Defence said the data on accidents that took place in the IAF the last eight years, is baffling.
"As many as 87 accidents had taken place, which works out to be more than 10 per year. In these accidents, as many as 75 lives were lost," said the report, tabled in Parliament this week.
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