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Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma’s chopper makes emergency landing

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Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma’s chopper makes emergency landing: After failing to land at an Advance Landing Ground (ALG) in Upper Shillong due to bad weather, Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma’s helicopter made an emergency landing at Union Christian College (UCC) near Umiam lake on Wednesday.

CM Sangma took to Twitter to share a video and say that during his emergency landing at Union Christian College (UCC) in Umiam, he enjoyed the view of the beautiful campus while walking around and had a good time.


Sangma was returning from an official visit to his Garo Hills constituency. The CM said on Twitter that after his helicopter made an emergency landing at Umiam, he enjoyed the scenery on the UCC campus and ate lunch at the UCC canteen.

He also thanked the helicopter’s captain and pilot for bringing him back to safety after being hit by “unpredictable” weather.

“What an adventure! Emergency Landing at UCC, Umiam due to bad weather. Enjoyed the beautiful scenery in the Campus. Met with staff of UCC. Lunch in UCC Canteen. The weather is truly unpredictable. Thank the Captain & Pilot for bringing us back safely,” he wrote.

He posted a short video in which he listed everything he saw, holistically grouping them into “an adventure.” The chief minister was seen walking from the ground to the college and sharing the story of the emergency landing with others while eating a humble lunch in the short video that accompanied the tweet.

The chief minister was returning from an official visit to his constituency in the western part of the state, Garo Hills. Conrad Sangma stated that due to bad weather, the chopper was forced to land at the United Christian College Ground near Umiam Lake.


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