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6 Rafale fighters to arrive in India in July

The conflict between India and China near eastern Ladakh in Galwan valley is not going down. Situation at line of actual control is increasing day by day. At this situation by the end of July 6 Rafael fighter jets are arriving in India.

At first it was 4 fighter jets were to fly from the May month across the Indian territory but now instead of four fighter jets there would be six reference that would be handed to Indian Air Force. from the records it has been heard that from 27 July 6 Rafael fighter jets would be included in Indian Air Force that would be deployed near Ambala air base in Haryana, there is no official announcement, India has bought 36 Rafael jets at a cost of 5,9000 crores in the year 2016 in the month of September Indian government had signed the deal with France. The fighter jets would be divided into two squadron and kept in two different regions of India the 1st Squadron will be in Ambala and 2nd squadron will be in West Bengal Hasimara at one side to check the infiltration by the Pakistan terrorist and the other side for Chinese intrusion. Indian Air Force is expecting 36 fighter jets till 2022 as explained. India-China border the situation is intense since 2 months during the lockdown period on 15th June at night it in the Eastern Ladakh with the Chinese army head to head fight 20 Indian soldiers had martyred. also Chinese Commanding officer was shot dead. about 43 Chinese soldiers were dead. But Chinese government assured only 1 casualty from their side.   In the satellite view it could be seen that Chinese have built camps..

indian air force is expecting 36 more rafael by 2022.

Tension has been on the Indo-China border for the past two months. Twenty Indian Jawans were martyred in clashes with Chinese troops in East Ladakh on the night of June 15. There are also reports of 43 Chinese soldiers killed. China, however, has not yet acknowledged it. China, however, has admitted that a Chinese commanding officer was killed. Recently satellite images show China building several bases along the actual control line.

Therefore, the New Version of the MiG 29, P81 aircraft has been launched in India to monitor the line of virtual control. On the other hand, Chinese J-11, J-16, J-7 fighter jets are flying in the vicinity of Ladakh. But India is not sitting. The Sukhoi-30 MQI fighter aircraft is being launched in Ladakh. In such a situation, experts expect the Indian air force to be stronger if Rafael leaves india by July.