Danger of hitting UFO planes! American politician gave ‘idea’ to avoid it, know

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UFO i.e. ‘unidentified flying object’ remains a mystery for countries around the world. Most of these are discussed in America. The American space agency NASA has even started an investigation, in which it is ascertaining the reality of the claims related to UFOs. Investigation is on for about 143 such cases, in which military aircraft and UFO or UAP (Unidentified Ariane Phenomina) i.e. unknown aerial phenomena have had a close encounter. But an American lawmaker is not satisfied with the progress of this investigation. Tim Burchett, a member of the US Congress, has said that there is a need to speed up this investigation. He said, before any plane collides with the UFO on the earth, the investigation should be expedited. He warned that something like this would happen, but by when is not certain.

Tim, 57, has called on the US government to make public all records of UFO sightings and Top Gun pilots. According to the Daily Star report, Tim expressed his disappointment that the investigation has been slow in the 144 cases reported since 2004.

He claimed that the lack of transparency in the search for truth is causing trouble. This is not only unfair to the public but could put the safety of our pilots at risk. He said that many military pilots have reported approaching UAP. He told that in one case the aircraft came very close to colliding with a UAP.

He said that despite these warnings and reports, a standard reporting structure was not created till the year 2019. He said that our government has been surprisingly silent on this subject for decades despite several reports. Significantly, earlier this year, the US Congress had its first hearing on UFOs. A video, which was shot by a military aircraft, created a lot of buzz in the hearing. UFO was visible in the video. That object flew towards the Pacific Ocean in no time and then disappeared under the surface of the sea.

After this, in June, NASA announced that it was forming a team to investigate the ‘unidentified aerial phenomenon’. The team will spend 9 months examining the evidence before preparing its report.