After the Army and the Air Force, the Navy is now saluting the Corona Warriors. According to Indian Coast Guard officers, 46 ships of the force will be illuminated in honor of Corona warriors. Also, green lights will be left at 25 places covering 7516 km of coastline. The Navy ships will also play sirens in honor of the Corona warriors. This is the first time the three armies have come forward to honor the Warriors. Stay connected with jagran.com for instant updates.
The Eastern Naval Command at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, took fire from ships under the ‘India Salutes Corona Warriors’ campaign in honor of doctors and paramedical staff in the fight against Corona …
In honor of the frontline warriors in the war against Corona, the ships of the Southern Naval Command in the Ernakulam Channel, Kochi, under the ‘India Salute Corona Warriors’ expedition, lit up the ocean …
The Navy also presented an unprecedented sight of fireworks in honor of the Corona warriors on Sunday evening from their warships.
In Tamil Nadu, the Navy lights up INS Sahyadri and INS Kamotra in honor of the Corona warriors off the coast of Chennai.
The soldiers on the Indian Navy ship stationed in the Arabian Sea thanked the doctors and paramedical staff for their contribution in the fight against Corona …
The Indian Navy personnel formed a human chain in honor of medical professionals and all other frontline warriors aboard the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya.
The soldiers on the Indian Navy ship Savitri stationed in the Indian Ocean region expressed respect for the warriors fighting against Corona, including health workers, sanitation workers, and policemen.
In Kochi, helicopters and surveillance aircraft of the Southern Naval Command flew over the General Hospital Ernakulam to thank the front liner medical professionals against Corona.
Earlier, INS Jalashwa in the Bay of Bengal saluted doctors, nurses, and other health workers and police personnel fighting against the Corona epidemic.
It is noteworthy that as part of a nationwide practice of expressing gratitude to the millions of doctors, paramedical staff, scavengers, and staff working on the front, military aircraft made a grand flypast over the national capital. In these batch of military aircraft, Sukhoi-30 MKI, MiG-29 and Jaguar flew over Rajpath and circled the city for the next 30 minutes. The main transport aircraft C-130 did a separate fly past.