Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria says, Tejas aircraft far better than China-Pak JF-17 fighters – our Tejas LCA better than China-Pakistan JF-17 fighter aircraft


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Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria has claimed that India’s light combat aircraft are superior and superior to the JF-17 fighter jets built by Tejas, China and Pakistan. He said that the current Indian Jet is more advanced and equipped to carry out air strikes like Balakot. Talking to the ANI, the Army Chief said that indigenously built 83 Tejas fighter plane They will be inducted into the Air Force and will be equipped with indigenous weapons such as the Astra Viand visual range air to air missiles and other weapons.

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When the Air Force chief was asked a question regarding the comparison of India’s fighter jet to the JF-17, he said, “Indian aircraft is more advanced and better than the JF-17”. Referring to the approval of the largest indigenous defense procurement deal to purchase 83 LCA Tejas, Air Chief Marshal Bhadoria said that this is an important step towards increasing the capacity of the Air Force. He said that four squadrons of Tejas aircraft will be built, currently Tejas LCA fighter jet has two squadrons which will be increased to 6. He said that the purchase order for 83 such aircraft is quite large. When such orders take shape in the next eight-nine years, the entire system will be erected. This is a really big step, this will create the basis for the manufacture, maintenance and maintenance of fighter aircraft in the country.

Significantly, the Light Combat Aircraft is a modern generation fighter plane designed, developed and manufactured in Tejas home country. It is made by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited of Bangalore. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh gave information related to the purchase of Tejas by tweeting. He said that the Light Combat Aircraft Tejas is going to become the backbone of the IAF’s combat fleet in the coming years. LCA Tejas includes such new technologies, many of which have never been attempted in India.


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