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Four officers martyred as Pakistan Army helicopter crashes in Gilgit-Baltistan

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Four warriors were martyred when a Pakistan Army Aviation helicopter slammed in Minimarg, Gilgit-Baltistan on Saturday, Inter-Services Public Relations said.

According to the ISPR explanation, the accident happened “due to technical reasons”.

The helicopter was clearing the assemblage of martyred trooper Sepoy Abdul Qadeer to Combined Military Hospital in Skardu.

“The following officers and soldiers embraced shahadat in the crash,” said ISPR.

1. Pilot Major M. Hussain

2. Co Pilot Maj Ayaz Hussain

3. Naik Inzimam Alam

4. Sepoy Muhammad Farooq

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