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Chopper suspense over; Joshi spotted

Marking an end to the eight day long suspense, lifeless Kamalesh Joshi along with two others have been recovered from a dense jungle in Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday.

 Braving an inclement weather, the commandos of the High Altitude Warfare School located the decomposed bodies of the Tirap Deputy Commissioner along with and pilots MS Brar and Rajeev Hoskote at a dense jungle.

The highly-trained commandos of the HAWS in Jammu and Kashmir reached the spot where the debris of the chopper had been spotted on Monday.
http://cdn.ndtv.com/static/ndtv_2014/images/related_shadow.pngThe bodies have been spotted. The commandos are cautiously moving on foot to retrieve them for airlifting to Khonsa.

 

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