The groom, who did the pre-wedding photo shoot, was a friend of the driver. The driver had arranged a photo shoot with the helicopter.
Pre wedding shoot with government helicopter
A Chhattisgarh Civil Aviation Department driver was overshadowed by the viral images of a pre-wedding photoshoot. The administration has suspended the driver. Yogeshwar Sai, a driver, has been suspended and sent to the Nava Raipur Aviation Directorate for violating the safety norms of the state government helicopter.
According to the information, the groom, who did the pre-wedding photoshoot, was a friend of the driver. He had arranged a photo shoot with a helicopter. Police said that the couple is from Jashpur district and they had a photo shoot with the government helicopter AW 109 Power Elite at Police Lines in Raipur last month.
Superintendent of Police will investigate the case
A senior police officer said that the photos were previously shared on Facebook. The couple had a photo shoot done on 20 January. Superintendent of Raipur Police Ajay Yadav said that a driver of the state aviation department had taken the couple inside the hangar and told the guards that they had got permission. The guard knew the driver, so he did not object and photographs were taken. An inquiry has been ordered into the matter. Additional Superintendent of Police will investigate the entire matter and report within a week.
On January 20, a couple conducted a photo shoot with a government helicopter in Raipur. After this, the photo was shared on social media. The photo disappeared on social media. After this, the administration took cognizance in the matter. During the investigation, the driver of the state aviation section had arranged for his friend’s pre-wedding shoot. The driver was immediately suspended in the case. Further investigation is being done in the case.
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