The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is set to institute a high-level independent investigation into the ill-fated Chopper crash on Saturday, which led to the demise of six passengers on-board and one still missing.
Shashi Shanker, CMD ONGC, while expressing his grief over the irreparable loss, said, “No compensation can substitute such a tragic loss. We are trying to provide all support to help the families to tide over this colossal crisis.”
Laying stress on safety issues, Shanker said that he had already had discussions with the CMD of Pawan Hans to work out various modalities to ensure accident-free future operations.
Shanker also pointed out that “all permissible steps will be taken to restore safety and confidence of offshore-going personnel”. Read More…
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