2016 Republic Day Parade Highlights

Here are the highlights from this year's 67th republic day of india by CRB Tech Reviews

India's military strength and assorted social legacy were in plain view at the 67th Republic Day parade at Rajpath in the capital on Tuesday. Surprisingly, a never before seen contingent from the French 35th Infantry Regiment was given the honor of marching at the prestigious event. The event started with Prime Minister Narendra Modi heading to the Amar Jawan Jyoti commemoration at India Gate and laying a wreath to pay tribute to the innumerable Indian warriors who have kicked the bucket in fights since World War I.

2016 Republic Day Parade Highlights


Vice President Hamid Ansari, the three service's chiefs, Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Cabinet Ministers, a large group of dignitaries and a gathering of ladies achievers situated in an uncommon nook were available to witness the hour-and-half long parade.

French President Francois Hollande was amongst the honorable visitors of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed to see the exhibition of the parade held in New Delhi, full of marching bands, floats, camels, military equipment, and stunt entertainers.

The overall mood on Tuesday was more celebratory, with Modi — donning a gold turban that equaled the stupendous military headgear in plain view — and Hollande talking as they sat one next to the other in an impenetrable glass fenced in area. 

An expected 10,000 onlookers overcame thick exhaust cloud and air quality levels delegated risky on the US government office site to watch the showcase. 

Apart from the French troop, another highlight of this year's parade was the walk by an Army dog squad drawn from the Remount Veterinary Corps alongside their handlers. The canines, hung in scarves which helped one to remember the Griffindor House of Hogwarts, stole the show as they strolled in impeccable sync. The beautiful Border Security Force regiment took after its 66-year-old custom and walked with 56 camels down the Rajpath. 

As usual the different state chariots were also on display one after the other. These included those from Gujarat, Sikkim, Goa etc. These stole the attention of the audience present at the event. 

Akash, the primary indigenously created weapon framework, was also there at the parade. Akash was used in the 1965 and 1971 wars. 

Effective Brahmos missiles were also shown at Rajpath, during the parade. 

Indian Army's principle fight tanks - T-90 Bhishm – also participated in the march. It can fire four sorts of ammo. Galantry awards were also given for bravery shown by our soldiers. The event ended with a fly past.

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