This Republic DayIn which the female personnel of the Indian Army will demonstrate their skills. The parade. Lt Chetana Sharma will lead the Indian-made Akash surface-to-air missile system in the parade, while Lt Dimple Bhatti of the Corps of Signals will be part of the Indian Army’s Daredevils motorcycle team.
Lt. Sharma, who is posted on it. Akash Missile Weapon System said she had always wanted to participate in the parade when she watched it on television, and her dream finally came true this year.
The Akash surface-to-air missile system is a part of the Indian Army’s weapons contingent in the Republic Day parade that will march past the Kartavaya Path on January 26.
In an interview to a YouTube channel, Lt Sharma expressed his happiness at getting the opportunity to lead the squad. “One must have courage and passion to turn a dream into reality,” he said. One must try and try until one succeeds.”
Lt. Sharma, who hails from Rajasthan, joined the Indian Army in his sixth attempt.
Lieutenant Bhati of the Indian Army’s Corps of Signals motorcycle team will perform stunts at the Republic Day parade. She was training with the team for the past one year. Lt Bhati has also received a silver medal at his passing out parade of the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in November 2021 after 11 months of training.
Granddaughter of Paramveer Chakra Shaitan Singh Bhati, Lt Bhati and her elder sister Lt Divya Bhati are both serving in the Indian Army. Lt. Divya was commissioned in the army as a captain in 2020.