Rafale has caused panic in Chinese camp : Air Force Chief RKS Bhaduria

New Delhi, 4/2 (AO Bureau): Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria has said that the deployment of Rafale has caused a panic in the Chinese camp, due to the ongoing tension on the border with China for the last several months. Air Force Chief said that after the violent clash with the Indian Army in East Ladakh, the dispute in both the countries increased so much that China (China) had deployed J-20 fighter aircraft on the border, but when we did this area When he deployed Rafael, he was forced to retreat.

Air Force Chief RKS Bhadoria said that the military commander level meeting is going on to reduce the tension on the border. India always wants peace on the border but China is not ready to withdraw its army. We have deployed as much force on the border as needed. Consideration is being given from our side. If the process of retreat starts, it will be good, but if a new situation arises, then we are fully prepared for it.

After Rafale amidst the growing air threat from China and Pakistan at the border, the government has approved the purchase of 83 indigenously built Tejas fighter aircraft, taking a major step towards increasing the Indian Air Force’s firepower. It is being said that this decision to purchase Tejas towards self-reliance in defense sector can prove to be a milestone. Not only this, Tejas is much better than the JF-17 fighters of China and Pakistan.

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