Mi 17 will spray flowers, Drone to record I-Day celebration function


Mi 17 will spray flowers, Drone to record I-Day celebration function

Mi 7, one of the most powerful choppers of Indian Air Force will shower flowers over Bhandari Darshak Mandap on 15th August Independence Day parade. Moreover, micro drone is going to record the whole event of I-Day as Udaipur is hosting state level program.

 
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Mi 17 will spray flowers, Drone to record I-Day celebration function

Mi 7, one of the most powerful choppers of Indian Air Force will shower flowers over Bhandari Darshak Mandap on 15th August Independence Day parade. Moreover, micro drone is going to record the whole event of I-Day as Udaipur is hosting state level program.

District Collector Ashutosh Pednekar informed that, the administration received permission to include MI 17 helicopter of Indian Air Force in the Independence Day parade. The chopper will be used to drop flowers over the venue during parade.

Pednekar thoroughly inspected all the preparation done for the upcoming event. Almost all administrative offices and civic bodies of the city including UMC and UIT are jointly working on beautification, security and other arrangements.

Mi 17 will spray flowers, Drone to record I-Day celebration function

Ashok Jain, Chief Secretary (Jaipur) also took report on all the preparations through video conferencing on Monday.

District Collector said that the whole program will be recorded and captured with the help of drone camera.

Mi 17 will spray flowers, Drone to record I-Day celebration function

Besides many interesting programs like Tent Pegging, Motorcycle Stunt, Dance Show, Polo Match and Martial Art show will be held during 14-15th Aug functions, the Camel Tattoo Show is also going to be the center of attraction.

Camel Tattoo Show will be held on 14th Aug at BN Ground. 60 camels of Jaisalmer breed are also brought to Udaipur from Jodhpur BSF camp and the rehearsal has also started.

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