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Rafale warplanes in India and France will roar in the sky, Pakistan and China will resonate

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The Indian and French air forces will hold a joint exercise at the air force station at Jodhpur in Rajasthan from January 20 to 24. Officials said Rafale warplanes would take part in a joint exercise between the two countries. Air refueling aircraft will also take part. The joint exercise between India and France is called Desert Night 21.

French forces are currently stationed in Asia under their ‘Skyrose Deployment’ and are now moving to India. The exercise between the two countries is being held at a time when tensions remain high over the Line of Actual Control of Ladakh between India and China. We tell you that on January 2, the French Air Force Rafale fighter jet will land in Rajasthan this month and join a joint exercise with the Indian Air Force’s Golden Arrow Squadron.

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Explain that for the first time Raphael Jet will take part in an exercise with a foreign air force. Explain that the Indian Air Force is going to get three more Rafale aircraft later this month, after which the strength of the Army will increase further. After getting three more raffles, its number in India will reach 11.

India and France have signed 336 raffle tickets worth Rs 59,000 crore. An official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the purpose of the exercise was to share best practices to increase operational exposure and combat capability.

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