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Army pour roses to honor Docs, medical staff from air at Gandhi Hospital

Army pour roses to honor Docs, medical staff from air at Gandhi Hospital

In a gesture Indian Army gave honour to doctors by pouring off rose petals on them for being frontline warriors for treating Corona patients across the country. 

As per a decision and direction from the center the army used IAF flights and helicopters in metro cities to do so.

In Hyderabad,  Telangana capital, the army officials used a helicopter and showered rose petals on doctors and staff of Gandhi  Hospital from atop the sky. 

While the army officials were involved in honouring them,  a large number of doctors, nurses and others waved their hands with victory symbol and  proud. 

The police were seen guarding the hospital. At Koranti Hospital in Nallakunta,  the army officials honoured with flowers the doctors,  and staff gathered to mark the occasion. 

Hyderabad Commissioner of Police, Anjani Kumar has admired the doctors and hospitals’ staff for being the frontline warriors.  While the Army saves India at borders the doctors and health staff,  police are doing their best to protect people he said. 

At Khammam hospital, army officials honoured the doctors and staff of hospital.

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