In pictures: Family members pay their tributes to CDS Rawat, Brigadier Lidder and other IAF chopper crash victims

Published on Dec 10, 2021 03:38 PM IST
  • Emotions ran high as the family members paid their last tributes to the mortal remains of the top military officials, including chief of defence staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, his wife Madhulika Rawat and Brigadier LS Lidder, who were killed in the IAF chopper crash. Several Union ministers, political leaders and the public also gathered at the residences of the officers to be a part of the occasion.  
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Daughter of late Brigadier LS Lidder breaks down as she pays last respects to her father at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Daughter of late Brigadier LS Lidder breaks down as she pays last respects to her father at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI)

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Wife of late Brigadier LS Lidder received the Tricolour as she and others pay last respects to her husband during his funeral at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Wife of late Brigadier LS Lidder received the Tricolour as she and others pay last respects to her husband during his funeral at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI)

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Union defence Minister Rajnath Singh shares condolences with the daughter and wife of Brigadier LS Lidder as they pay their last respects to him during his funeral at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Union defence Minister Rajnath Singh shares condolences with the daughter and wife of Brigadier LS Lidder as they pay their last respects to him during his funeral at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI)

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Wife and daughter of Brigadier LS Lidder, an Indian army officer who died in a helicopter crash, pay homage next to the coffin containing his mortal remains during a wreath laying ceremony in New Delhi.(Reuters) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Wife and daughter of Brigadier LS Lidder, an Indian army officer who died in a helicopter crash, pay homage next to the coffin containing his mortal remains during a wreath laying ceremony in New Delhi.(Reuters)

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A family member of Brigadier LS Lidder pays homage to the coffin containing his mortal remains during a wreath-laying ceremony at Palam Airport in New Delhi.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A family member of Brigadier LS Lidder pays homage to the coffin containing his mortal remains during a wreath-laying ceremony at Palam Airport in New Delhi.(PTI)

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Union defence minister Rajnath Singh and Brigadier LS Lidder's wife and daughter pay their last respects to him during his funeral at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Union defence minister Rajnath Singh and Brigadier LS Lidder's wife and daughter pay their last respects to him during his funeral at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI)

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Defence minister Rajnath Singh pays his last respects to late Brigadier LS Lidder during his cremation.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Defence minister Rajnath Singh pays his last respects to late Brigadier LS Lidder during his cremation.(PTI)

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Mortal remains of late Brigadier LS Lidder being carried for cremation at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Mortal remains of late Brigadier LS Lidder being carried for cremation at Brar Square, Delhi Cantt, in New Delhi.(PTI)

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Brigadier LS Lidder's wife, daughter and other relatives, with Union defence minister Rajnath Singh, during his cremation at Brar Square in New Delhi.(PTI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Brigadier LS Lidder's wife, daughter and other relatives, with Union defence minister Rajnath Singh, during his cremation at Brar Square in New Delhi.(PTI)

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Soldiers carry a wreath outside the residence of chief of defence staff General Bipin Rawat, who died in a helicopter crash, as people pay respects to the general and his wife Madhulika Rawat in New Delhi.(Reuters) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Soldiers carry a wreath outside the residence of chief of defence staff General Bipin Rawat, who died in a helicopter crash, as people pay respects to the general and his wife Madhulika Rawat in New Delhi.(Reuters)

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People gather outside the residence of India's chief of defence staff General Bipin Rawat to pay their respects.(Reuters) View Photos in a new improved layout
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People gather outside the residence of India's chief of defence staff General Bipin Rawat to pay their respects.(Reuters)

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi consoles the daughters of chief of defence staff of General Bipin Rawat during the homage ceremony to the victims of the helicopter crash at Palam airport in New Delhi on Thursday.(AP) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi consoles the daughters of chief of defence staff of General Bipin Rawat during the homage ceremony to the victims of the helicopter crash at Palam airport in New Delhi on Thursday.(AP)

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The mortal remains of chief of defence staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, his wife and and 11 other Armed Forces personnel who lost their lives in Tamil Nadu chopper crash.(ANI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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The mortal remains of chief of defence staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, his wife and and 11 other Armed Forces personnel who lost their lives in Tamil Nadu chopper crash.(ANI)

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