The Antonov AN-32 aircraft that went missing in Arunachal Pradesh 6 days ago hasn't been tracked, yet, due to bad weather conditions.
As a solution to the problem, the Indian Air Force has announced a cash prize of ₹5 lakh for anyone who gives credible information about the same.
The news was confirmed by Defence PRO, Wing Commander Ratnakar Singh, who was quoted by India Today as saying:
Air Marshal RD Mathur, AOC-in-C, Eastern Air Command, has announced a cash award of Rs 5 lakhs for the person(s) or group who provide credible information leading to finding of the missing AN-32 transport aircraft.
The information can be sent on any of the following numbers: 0378-3222164, 9436499477, 9402077267 and 9402132477.
The aircraft has 13 people on board and went missing last Monday while leaving from Assam's Jorhat to Mechuka Advanced Landing Ground in Shi-Yomi district of Arunachal Pradesh.