[Republic Day 2021] Bhavna Kant will create history on 26 January parade, Click here

Bhavna Kant will create history on Republic Day, She will be the first woman fighter pilot to join this parade

Women fighter pilot Bhavna Kant is ready to create history by joining the Republic Day Parade. She is currently stationed at the Rajasthan Airbase and flies a MiG-21 Bison fighter aircraft which will be part of the Indian Air Force (IAF) tableau.

It will include light combat aircraft, light combat helicopters and Sukhoi 30 fighter plane. Union Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan has congratulated him for this on Twitter and described it as a glorious moment for the whole country.

Bhavna Kant is one of the three women in the Indian Air Force fighter pilot team.

28-year-old Bhavna Kant is one of the three women in the Indian Air Force fighter pilot team. She joined the Air Force in 2016 along with Avni Chaturvedi and Mohana Singh.

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Hailing from Darbhanga, Bihar, Kant was born in Begusarai and did her schooling from Barauni Refinery DAV Public and did engineering from BMS College, Bengaluru.

Life introduction of Indian Air Force fighter pilot Bhavna Kant

She wanted to become a pilot since childhood. In the year 2018, he made history by flying solo fighter aircraft. During this time he had a fighter aircraft (MiG-21) for 30 minutes.

She became the second female pilot of the Indian Air Force to do so. Earlier, the flying officer Avni Chaturvedi did this by flying the MiG-21 Baijan aircraft alone.

Rafale will be included in the Republic Day parade

Let me tell you that in the Republic Day parade this year, the flypast will conclude with fighter aircraft Rafael. This will be the first time this fighter aircraft will be included in the Republic Day Parade.

“Significantly, last year, eight Rafale aircraft from France arrived in India.”

India signed a deal to buy 36 such aircraft. This deal is worth 59 thousand crores. In the next two years, 36 aircraft will join the Air Force fleet.

According to the Air Force, a total of 38 Air Force aircraft will be involved in the parade. Flypast will have two parts. The first parade will be planned from 10:04 am to 10.20 am and the second from 11:20 am to 11:45 am. You can also watch this from live TV Channels.

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