ATTOCK - A jet fighter plane of Pakistan Air Force crashed on mountainous area of Mullan Mansoor of Police Station Attock Khurd due to some technical fault during its routine flight on Monday. The wreckages of the aeroplane scattered in the mountainous valley while its pilot lost his breath while saving the civilian population. According to details, a JF-17 Thunder took off from PAC Air Base Minhas led by Squadron Leader Muhammad Hussain as per his usual training. The plane was on its way when it developed a technical fault and the pilot lost control. The plane fell down near the mountainous territory of Mullan Mansoor. As a result pilot Squadron Leader M Hussain died on the spot whose body was recovered by a rescue team of PAF and Rescue 1122 Kamra Cantt after a thorough search at a distance of one kilometre from the place of incident. Soon after the incident the higher authorities of PAC Kamra, police and district administration reached the spot. The body was shifted by an PAF helicopter and black box is also being searched. Later on, Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra have constituted a high-powered board to probe into the incident and compile a detailed report, accordingly. Meanwhile, a PAF press release issued here says that a PAF jet aircraft, while on a routine training mission, crashed due to technical malfunction near Attock. The pilot was fatally injured. No loss of civilian life or property has been reported on ground. A board of inquiry has been ordered to determine the cause of accident.