Warnings to China by India’s Airforce Chief

China can’t get the better of us since Indian Air Force Chief defiant over the border by contact. Indian Military has insisted that forces have the Chinese border dispute on the control and have the training and equipment to match any adversary. India’s chief marshal RKS Bhadauria took a defiant stance today as he addressed the media ahead of the country’s 88 Air Force Day on October 8th. The people’s liberation army had suffered casualties as stated by China but have dodged repeated media questions. On June 6th, various Chinese troops had refused to back. 

In the first Indian clash of the people’s Liberation Army in 45-years, twenty people were killed by the Indian soldiers, including a colonel-ranked officer. On the line of actual control. This clash had led the first because of India’s capability as we can stand up to China, said by a top military commander. A senior government had attempted to execute its walk-in strategy in Galwan, state the PLA. But China had to pay a price of equal or more due to it being contested. 

He also stated that we are firmly in place to handle any contingency. There is no cinema in any conflict situation. China can get the better of India “we conduct the bilateral and multilateral exercises with leading air forces of the world and let me share with you with confidence at operationally we are amongst the best.” 

The air chief marshal Bhadauria denied that the Indian Air Force had come close to airstrikes on China’s people regarding the army’s liberation after the Killing of 2010 surges in Galvin Valley in June. He acknowledged the IAS had been ready for strikes if ordered. The IAF chief also stated that the capabilities that were provided by an airfield at Daulat Beg Oldi were a significant threat to all the Chinese people. 

He admitted the strength of Chinese air forces for a long-range strike capability was an area of strength. However, he said their fifth-generation J-20 fighter was still a work in progress, with advanced weapons and senses but no Interior engine. Marshal also stated that our offensive strike capability had been honed with upgradations and new inductions of weapons. These platforms can support combat enablers and a networked decision-making environment. 

In the next three years, we will see the Rafale and light combat aircraft with mark one squadrons operating with full strength, along with additional Sukhoi-30MKI and MiG-29 aircraft that are being ordered, besides the current fleets. We have the most extensive strategic and lift capability in our region, comprising IL-76, C-17 Globemaster, and C-130 Super Hercules platforms. We have significantly enhanced our Heli-lift capability with our helicopter inductions. He also pointed out that the IAF’s tactical Airlifters enabled the army to quickly block Chinese troops from trespassing even deeper across the line of actual control in Ladakh.