The crash of an Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) DHRUV near Kishtwar


Jammu and Kashmir, has again raised questions

A team of the three armed forces personnel


which has been consulting with HAL

The control rod is made of aluminium

The armed forces have suggested that the rods be made of a stronger

Special checks are in place to inspect the control rod after every 100 hours of flying


Failure of control in the gearbox results in the copter not responding correctly

As a result, it becomes impossible to control the copter

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