LAYYAH (INP) Multan Corps Commander Lieutenant General Shafqat Ahmed has said no signs of terrorism have been found in the Punjab Rangers helicopter crash incident and the accident was the outcome of the bad weather. Talking to the media persons here on Friday after monitoring the rescue operation to recover the bodies of Punjab Director General (DG) Rangers Muhammad Nawaz and another Rangers official who went missing after the tragic incident, Lt Gen Shafqat Ahmed said the incident seemed to be the outcome of bad weather as strong gusts were blowing at the time of incident. However, he said we would be able to disclose the realities after detailed investigations as evidences were being gathered and enquiry was in progress. Lt Gen Shafqat said an investigative committee comprising army aviation officials had been constituted which was busy in collecting evidences from the scene of tragic mishap. He said the DNA tests of the bodies of two Rangers officials, Captain Asif Nawaz and pilot Aamir Abbas, and other bodies would be conducted. The corps commander Multan said search for bodies of DG Punjab Rangers Muhammad Nawaz and a Subedar rank official was underway and rescue teams were hopeful to recover both the bodies soon.