Indian Air Force aircraft showers flower petals for Frontline Corona Warriors

Today, the Indian Army is saluting warriors fighting the war against the Corona virus. Choppers are pouring flowers on hospitals that are treating patients infected with Corona.

Yogita S.

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Published on 3 May 2020 5:29 AM GMT

Indian Air Force aircraft showers flower petals for Frontline Corona Warriors
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New Delhi: Today, the Indian Army is saluting warriors fighting the war against the Corona virus. Choppers are pouring flowers on hospitals that are treating patients infected with Corona. In this, the three armies in their own way are encouraging the Corona Warriors by saluting them.

Initiating this program, the Armed Forces of the country offered flowers at the New Delhi Situation Police Memorial to encourage the police. The Army is also providing Band performance near hospitals.

Today, Army soldiers saluted thousands of doctors, nurses and medical staff, scavengers and other frontline warriors. This precious sight was seen all over India today.

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Flower show at KGMU Lucknow:

Army band performed outside AIIMS, Cantt Board Hospital and Narela Hospital at 10 am today. The tune of Army Band was heard at Cantt Lucknow. At the same time flower petals were showered at KGMU and PGI Hospital was done at 10:30 am.

Tribute ceremony in Kerala:

At around 10 am, the Sarang helicopter of the IAF flew past the Government Medical College Hospital and the General Hospital here as part the nation-wide initiative by the armed forces to honour doctors, paramedics, sanitation staff and other front-line workers battling coronavirus.

It hovered over a statue of 'motherand child' at the medical college hospital and moved towards the main entrance showering petals.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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