The temporal remains of Principal of Protection Personnel (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, his other half Madhulika Rawat and also various other workers, that passed away in a chopper collision in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, got to Palam Airbase in Delhi at around 8:00 pm on Thursday.
Head Of State Narendra Modi was the initial to pay his areas to Gen Rawat and also various other Army workers.
#WATCH: PM Narendra Modi leads the country in commemorating CDS General Bipin Rawat, his other half Madhulika Rawat and also various other 11 Army workers that shed their lives in the army chopper collision the other day
Protection Preacher Rajnath Singh and also various other preachers complied with in paying their last areas to the deceased. National Safety And Security Consultant Ajit Doval and also 3 Providers principals – Military Principal Gen MM Naravane, Navy Principal Admiral R Hari Kumar & IAF principal Air Principal Marshal Virtual Reality Chaudhari – likewise paid their homages.
Preacher of State for Protection Ajay Bhatt and also Protection Assistant Ajay Kumar likewise paid areas.
Several of the member of the family of the deceased exist on the event.
On Wednesday, CDS Gen Rawat passed away when an Mi-17V5 helicopter collapsed near Coonoor of Tamil Nadu. The General together with his other half got on their means to Wellington from Sulur airbase when the collision took place.
The temporal remains of just 3 of the sufferers have actually been favorably recognized thus far. These consist of – CDS Bipin Rawat, Mrs Madhulika Rawat, and also Brig LS Lidder. Their temporal remains will certainly be managed over their near relative for last spiritual ceremonies as preferred by particular households.
CDS General Bipin Rawat was designated the initial tri-service principal with result from December 31, 2019, after the federal government introduced the production of the Principal of Protection Personnel (CDS) article. The development of the CDS article was introduced by Head of state Narendra Modi in 2019 throughout his Freedom Day speech.