Exercise Pralay: Indian Air Force will do Pralay exercise in many areas including LAC in the Northeast.
Amid the ongoing standoff with China, the Indian Air Force will conduct exercise ‘Pralay’ at all its major air bases in the Northeast. It is being told that this exercise is going to start in the next few days only.
For this, the Indian Air Force has activated the S-400 Air Defense Squadron by deploying it in the area.
Let us tell you, the S-400 Air Defense Squadron can intercept any enemy aircraft or missile from a distance of up to 400 km.
Many major combat assets will be seen in practice.
According to officials, the exercise will see major combat assets including Rafale and Sukhoi-30, and several transport and other aircraft.
The Indian Air Force has recently moved drones from other bases to several northeastern areas, including Sikkim and the Siliguri Corridor, to enhance its capabilities to monitor hostile activities.
According to the information received from the officials, the Chinese forces are increasing their activities in the Doklam area, at present Indian security agencies are continuously monitoring them.
Second largest command-level exercise.
Let us tell you, this is the second command-level exercise conducted by the Indian Air Force in recent months.
In Shillong, the Indian Air Force has the responsibility of the entire northeastern air base and also monitors the border with China.
Whenever Chinese troops try to fly close to the LAC or move towards Indian positions there, it often manages to repel them with its fighter jets.
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Officials stated that those submarines are being constructed in India with the aid of using Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) Mumbai in collaboration with M/s Naval Group, France.
Four Kalvari elegance submarines have already been inducted into the Indian Navy.