As netas fly, choppers churn cash


Choppers and fixed-wing charter aircraft are churning out serious cash for their owners these days, thanks to political parties which are using these to traverse the length and breadth of India.

So frequently are these state-of-the-art flying machines being used that local party workers have started referring to them as ‘Pushpak Viman’, the mythical flying machine from the epic Ramayana.

Be it a Bell, Eurocopter, AgustaWestland or Whirlybird, these power-horses of election campaigning can cruise at an average speed of 160 km an hour and provide a comfortable ride to leaders who have to address at least three rallies a day in far-flung areas.

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