Indian Air Force (IAF) on Friday has announced that the tri-services court of inquiry has submitted its preliminary findings, in which they have ruled out mechanical failure, sabotage, or negligence as a cause of the tragic crash of IAF Mi-17 V5 helicopter, which claimed the lives of CDS General Bipin Rawat, his wife Dr. Madhulika Rawat, Group Captain Varun Singh and 11 other military personnel. The inquiry team has found that the reason for the accident was the chopper's entry into clouds due to an unexpected change in weather conditions.

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