SRINAGAR: Residents of Srinagar are all set to witness the first-ever Air Show of its kind in Valley as all arrangement are being done by the administration including wide publicity among common masses, security and transport facilities. Air Force Station Srinagar will conduct event on September 26, 2021 at Sher-e-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC), Srinagar on banks of world famous Dal Lake. This show is being held as a part of ongoing celebration of ‘Azaadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav’. The event, to be organised by Indian Air Force in collaboration with J&K Government, will be flagged off by Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha. “We are keen that more and more people can watch the show. The entire stretch of Boulevard road, especially Nehru Park and all Mughal Gardens are vantage points for people to watch the show,” said Div Com Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole.More than 3,000 college and school students are expected to participate in the programme to witness impressive stunts of IAF aircrafts, thereby motivating them to dream a career in IAF.The display will include fly-past by various aircrafts along with para-motor flying and adventures of IAF’s sky-diving team ‘Akash Ganga’. The Symphony orchestra of IAF will add further glitter to the event. ‘Ambassadors of IAF’, Suryakiran Aerobatic Display Team, will be performing in the valley after a gap of 14 years. The event titled ‘Give Wings to Your Dreams’ will also include a photo-exhibition at the venue highlighting history of IAF.Earlier, Div Com Kashmir chaired a meeting of Principals of various educational institutions regarding students’ participation in the show. The authorities further directed the heads of educational institutions to ensure participation of NCC cadets in the event.A number of stalls will be set up at SKICC, Srinagar where students will be familiarized with achievements of the IAF, employment opportunities in force, recruitment rules and eligibility criteria. To create awareness among school children regarding air show and participating aircrafts, the CEO Mission Youth has been directed to ensure presence of trainee pilots at the event, who will sit in between school children. As per officials, CEO Mission Youth J&K has also been asked to install hoardings at prominent locations in Srinagar after consultations with Commissioner SMC.Tourism Department will make all necessary arrangements for orchestra symphony, which will perform at the show. Meanwhile, in a meeting held regarding preparations of air show, it was also decided that COVID-19 protocols and guidelines will be strictly adhered to by all concerned in letter & spirit without any failure.
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