In bizarre incident, Mirage Fighter jet’s tyre stolen in Uttar Pradesh: Report

Mirage Fighter jet’s tyre stolen: The ruling Yogi government in Uttar Pradesh makes tall claims of ending Jungle Raj and Gundaraj from the state. But every day such incidents come to the fore from the state which expose the hollow claims of BJP. You can guess from this incident that the wheels of a Mirage fighter jet have been stolen in Lucknow. According to the news, the wheels of the fighter jet were stolen from a truck moving on Shaheed Path in Lucknow.

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The Air Force Station has confirmed that the tire was from their supply depot and belonged to a Mirage jet. The alleged theft took place in Lucknow’s Shaheed Path area when a consignment of new tires of Mirage-2000 fighter jets and other Air Force equipment was being taken from Bakshi Ka Talab Air Force Station to Jodhpur Airbase.

This incident is said to have happened on the night of 27 November when there was a jam on Shaheed Path. In the midst of this jam, the thieves stole it chasing in black Scorpio. After the theft, the driver of the truck had lodged an FIR with the Lucknow Police. He said that when he was trying to get out of the city, he had stopped for a while. Then it was stolen.

Mirage Fighter jet’s tyre stolen

After the incident, the Yogi government is being mocked by the opposition parties and the common people on social media. In this episode, historian Ashok Kumar Pandey has also reacted. Referring to the fighter jet wheel theft incident, he wrote on Twitter, “Couldn’t protect tyre of a jet, but claims to be the savior of the nation.”

Mirage Fighter jet’s tyre stolen

Let us tell you that the police is scrutinizing the CCTV installed on the buildings around Shaheed Path of Lucknow. However, the Air Force officers took possession of the truck in which the wheels of the fighter jet were stolen. Along with this, the driver of the truck is also in custody. He is under interrogation. Actually, there is a Central Air Command station at BKT, Lucknow. From here, 5 tires of the Miraj fighter jet were being sent to Jodhpur Airways.

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