Major Shweta Pandey, the girl officer who carried the Tricolour and led an Indian navy contingent on the Victory Day Parade in Moscow in June 2020, will assist Prime Minister Narendra Modi in unfurling the nationwide flag in the course of the 74th Independence Day celebrations on Saturday. Here are some information about Major Shweta Pandey.
Major Shweta Pandey, an Officer posted with 505 ABW, Delhi Cantt, made the Corps of EME proud by changing into the primary Woman Officer to carry the National Flag and lead a first-ever Tri-Services Indian Armed Forces Contingent within the Victory Day Parade of Russia at Red Square, Moscow.
Commissioned in March 2012 from the Officer Training Academy, Chennai, Major Shweta is a B.Tech in Computer Science and has accomplished her Advance Course in Radars. The Officer is a CBRN professional having accomplished each Basic CBRN and Staff CBRN programs from CME, Pune.
A primary-ever Tri-Services Contingent of Indian Armed Forces flew to Russia on 19 June 2020 to participate in 75th Diamond Jubilee Victory Day Parade at Red Square, Moscow.
During the testing instances of coronavirus when the entire world was combating in opposition to the pandemic, the Indian Armed Forces proved their mettle by efficiently collaborating within the parade.
This parade refers to the Annual Military Parade of the Russian Armed Forces which symbolizes Victory of Russian Allied Forces over Nazi Germany in World War II in 1945.
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