As we know the entire country is involved in fighting against the deadly pandemic, The Indian armed forces will conduct fly-pasts, shower petals on hospitals treating COVID-19 patients and lit up ships on Sunday to express their gratitude to the ‘corona warriors ‘they are indulged in the war against the dreaded virus.
Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat on Friday, in a special press briefing along with the three Service chiefs, said that the nation stood together and showed resilience in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. “We are expressing our gratitude to all ‘corona warriors’ who are working hard to keep us safe,” he said.
The Indian Air Force will carry out fly-pasts across the country on May 3 to display gratitude to corona virus warriors, the CDS said, flanked by Army chief General M M Naravane, Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh and Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal R K S Bhadauria.The Indian Air Force will conduct flypasts from Srinagar to Thiruvananthapuram, from Dibrugarh to Kutch as thanksgiving to the coronavirus warriors.
Fixed wing and fighter aircraft of the IAF will participate in the fly-pasts on May 3 evening. Also, Navy helicopters will shower flower petals on hospitals treatingCOVID-19. The Army will conduct mountain band displays along with some along with some COVID-19 hospitals in almost every district besides laying wreaths at police memorials across the country. General Rawat said that Armed Forces are solidly behind those fighting the coronavirus pandemic.