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Unmanned plane crashes near Sargodha

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  1. hkdas

    hkdas BANNED

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    An unmanned plane of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) crashed near Sargodha town of Punjab due to technical reasons.

    Officials said the plane came down in Chak-89 area, causing no loss of lives or civilian properties. Source in PAF said a small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) crashed due to technical reasons, as security teams cordoned off the area and collected evidences.

    PAF base, Mushaf, is situated in Sargodha, the town called “City of Eagles.”

    Suchtv - Unmanned plane crashes near Sargodha
     
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    you too bro- you too-
     
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    EagleEyes ADMINISTRATOR

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    Hopefully not one of the expensive planes procured in last few years.
     
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    Not sure, which model it was, but it was the locally produced model
     
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    There is no need to make issue of it, even US drones crash, so should we talk about that as well.

    Specially posted by Indian means only one thing.
     
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    yup