Air India co-passenger Arvind Singh, who took the life of an Air India passenger, was lucky to have survived the accident, his father said today.
“It was not a bad day for him,” Mr Singh said.
The father said that the co- pilot had left the helicopter for several minutes before he hit a tree and then crashed. “
There was no reason for him to fall.”
The father said that the co- pilot had left the helicopter for several minutes before he hit a tree and then crashed.
“I saw his face and I said, ‘Are you alright?’
And he said, no, I was dead,” Mr Saman said.
The crash of a helicopter that crashed in the middle of a road in south Delhi, in March, has brought a fresh wave of anger and sorrow among the families of the victims of the accident.
Mr Singh has also demanded an inquiry into the accident and said the government must take swift action to ensure safety for all.
“If we did not take swift and decisive action to protect our loved ones, we would not be in this situation today,” he said.
On Thursday, a spokesperson for Air India said that it was in discussions with the families and had decided to remove the pilot from its list of those killed in accidents.