Indian Army, Navy, Air Force showcase solidarity with country’s COVID Warriors

New Delhi: Armed Forces on Sunday in a gratitude show performed fly pasts over various cities across the nation to salute corona warriors who are risking their lives amid COVID-19 fight in the country. During the fly pasts, IAF jets, Navy choppers are showering flower petals over hospitals, war memorial, places of nation importance across the nation. The first one to perform the aerial parade was Indian Air Force jets who flew over Srinagar’s Dal Lake to pay tribute to medical professionals and all other frontline workers.

IAF chopper showers flower petals on the Police War Memorial in order to express to pay tribute to police officials for their contribution in the fight against COVID19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, two IAF C-130J Super Hercules special operations transport aircraft flew over Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh. The aircraft took off from Srinagar, J&K and will fly all the way to Trivandrum in Kerala to show gratitude towards COVID-19 warriors.