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MK Stalin, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Extends Condolences to the families of those Killed in the IAF Helicopter Crash

MK Stalin, the Chief Minister, was among the first to rush to the accident scene after learning of it and later paid floral tributes to the victims.

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IAF Helicopter Crash: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin Expresses Condolences To Families Of Deceased Chief Minister MK Stalin was among the first to rush to the accident site after learning of it and later paid floral tributes to the families of the deceased.

Bipin Rawat, CDS, was laid to rest at the Brar Square Crematorium.

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IAF Helicopter Crash
IAF Helicopter Crash

Meanwhile, General Bipin Rawat’s funeral procession has arrived at Brar Square Crematorium in the Delhi cantonment, where Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat’s mortal remains have been laid to rest. Many people have gathered to pay their respects to the late CDS. They can also be seen chanting the slogan “Amar Rahe” at the same time.
Union Ministers and political leaders also paid their respects to CDS General Bipin Rawat and his wife at their Kamraj Road home earlier in the day.

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