Independence day: For the first time, two Mi 17 1V helicopters of the Indian Air Force will be deployed, know what to do

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For the first time this year, as soon as the national flag is unfurled by the Prime Minister, flower petals will be showered at the venue by two Mi 17 1V helicopters of the Indian Air Force in Amrut Formation.

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New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead the nation in celebrating the historic 75th Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort in New Delhi on August 15. He will unfurl the national flag and traditionally address the nation. The Prime Minister had started the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ from Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad, Gujarat in March 2021 to celebrate the 75th year of India’s independence. The celebrations will continue till August 15, 2023.

For the first time this year, as soon as the national flag is unfurled by the Prime Minister, flower petals will be showered at the venue by two Mi 17 1V helicopters of the Indian Air Force in Amrut Formation. The first helicopter will be captained by Wing Commander Baldev Singh Bisht, while the second helicopter will be commanded by Wing Commander Nikhil Mehrotra. After the shower of flower petals, the Prime Minister will address the nation.

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) cadets will sing the National Anthem at the conclusion of the Prime Minister’s speech. Five hundred (500) NCC cadets (Army, Navy and Air Force) from different schools will participate in this festival of national gaiety.

Thirty-two Olympic winners including Neeraj Chopra, India’s first gold medalist in track and field, javelin thrower at Tokyo Olympics, as well as two Sports Authority of India (SAI) officials were invited to attend the ceremony at the Red Fort. has gone. Around 240 Olympians, support staff and officials of SAI and Sports Federation will also sit in front of the ramparts. In Tokyo, India put up its best performance at the Olympics, winning a total of seven medals, including one gold, two silver and four bronze medals. At the same time, a separate block has been constructed on the south side of the ramparts in honor of the Corona warriors who played an important role in fighting the invisible enemy, Kovid-19.

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