Helicopter-like drone dismay crowd

Helicopter-like drone dismay crowd

October 6, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Even as huge crowds throng the roads all along the Dasara procession route, a flurry of ‘Helicopters’ flying over them dismayed and at the same time excited the crowd. These ‘Helicopters’ were in fact drones that resembled replicas of a variety of Helicopters that are going to be manufactured at HAL’s Helicopter Plant coming up in a 615 acre area in Tumakuru. The drones, which were about 3 to 4 in number, were set off symbolically as the Tumakuru district tableau that largely portrayed the mega Helicopter Plant, began its journey from the Palace and passed through the procession.


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