A two seater Su-30 MKI aircraft of Indian Air Force, which got airborne from Tezpur Airbase today morning on a routine training mission as part of a two-aircraft formation, lost Radar and Radio contact with controlling station at around 1110h.
The Indian government has informed that the last reported position was 60 Km North-West of Tezpur. The aircraft was declared overdue and Search and Rescue operations have been activated to locate the aircraft and the pilots.
The government says that the help from civil administration and military authorities has also been sought for the search and rescue effort.
So far no other details have been provided and the search is on.