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China has deployed its aircraft on LAC, IAF ready to respond: Air Force Chief

Indian Air Force Chief VR Choudhary has said that China has deployed its aircraft at three airbases near the Line of Actual Control (LAC). He also said that Dragon is continuously increasing its infrastructure on the border. However, he said that India is continuously monitoring and is fully prepared to respond.

Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary has said this on the 89th anniversary of the Indian Air Force. “The situation along the Line of Actual Control is that the Chinese Air Force is still present at the three airports on its side of the LAC. We are fully positioned and prepared from our side.

When asked about the capabilities of the Chinese Air Force near Ladakh, IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal VR Choudhary said China’s ability to launch multiple high-altitude missions would remain weak.

He said, “China’s air force is still there in eastern Ladakh. China has increased infrastructure development to a great extent, due to infrastructure, it may deploy its army early but it will not have any effect on us.

Air Chief Marshal Vivek Ram Choudhary said, “In the second wave of Kovid, our transport fleet worked to bring medical supplies and oxygen to and from 18 countries. In this, our Air Force flew about 1100 hours and flew 2600 hours in India itself.

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