Govt’s helicopter deal with Pawan Hans lands in soup
| Tuesday | 3rd December, 2019
The state government is all set to enter an agreement with the New-Delhi-based helicopter service company which offered a 10-seater helicopter on a rent of `1.44 crore for 20 flying hours a month.
The maintenance and fuel cost will be borne by Pawan Hans.
Chipsan Aviation had made agreements with many states.
According to officials of Chipsan Aviation, its proposal was sent to state police chief Loknath Behera but it did not elicit any response.
It is understood that the agreement with Pawan Hans will be signed this month.
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