Type Here to Get Search Results !

India-China News Update : Air defense radar will be installed in Uttarakhand


Reference image
                                                       Reference Image

Amid the ongoing deadlock with China (China) on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the Indian Air Force is going to strengthen its position on the borders with China. For this, the Chief of the Central Air Command, Air Marshal Rajesh Kumar (Rjaesh kumar) met the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Trivendra singh rawat on Friday.

Also Read : Something big is going to happen between India and china border

Air force will soon install air defense radar system in border areas

An official statement said that the Uttarakhand government will provide land for the establishment of air defense radar and advance landing ground in the hilly areas of the state which are bordering the China and Nepal border to conduct air force activities in Uttarakhand, adjacent to the China border. It was agreed in a meeting between Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and Air Marshal Rajesh Kumar. In this meeting, it was decided that for the availability of land in Uttarakhand, Nodal Officers will be nominated at the Air Force and State level and the work of land marking will be done rapidly.

 Also Read: Is China going to war? India's preparation is complete  

Air force will get help

Explain that Uttarakhand is connected to the borders of China and Nepal. Establishment of air defense radar and advance landing ground in areas such as Chamoli, Uttarkashi, the mountainous districts of the state, will help the air force in the surveillance of the border here.

Also Read : India Deployed 100 Tanks, China Reacted  

Post a Comment


Top Post Ad

Below Post Ad