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COVID-19: IAF, Indian Navy helicopters to shower flower petals over hospitals as tribute, informs Army PRO

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COVID-19: IAF, Indian Navy helicopters to shower flower petals over hospitals as tribute, informs Army PRO

COVID-19: IAF, Indian Navy helicopters to shower flower petals over hospitals as tribute, informs Army PRO

Indian Army PRO Colonel Aman Anand on May 2 informed about the events which will take place during the flypast to pay tribute to frontline COVID-19 warriors.

He said that the nation will witness flypasts by fighter and transport aircraft of Indian Air Force at multiple locations.

"These aircrafts will cover major towns starting from Srinagar to Thiruvananthapuram and from Dibrugarh to Kutch," said Anand.

He added that the helicopters from IAF (Indian Air Force) and Indian Navy will fly over hospitals treating Corona patients in the cities and will shower petals as a tribute to the efforts and sacrifices of Corona warriors.

Yesterday, CDS General Bipin Rawat informed that Indian Army with IAF and Indian Navy will pay tribute to fronline warriors of COVID-19 by a flypast during which the aircrafts will shower flower petals at some hospitals.


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