New Delhi: The first batch of five Rafale fighter jets coming from France will reach India on July 29. These five Rafale aircraft will reach India after traveling 7 thousand km. These Rafale aircraft are to be included in the Indian Airforce fleet at Ambala. Ambala Air Base is now fully ready to welcome Rafael.
In view of the arrival of Rafale planes to India, strict security arrangements have also been made for the Ambala airbase. Now the 3 km enclosure of Ambala airbase has been declared a no-drone zone. There will be a complete restriction on drones within a radius of three kilometers of the airbase. If anyone violates it then strict action will be taken. While the airbase has already completed all preparations for Rafale, now the Air Force and Ambala administration has declared a 3 km radius of the airbase as a no-drone zone.
On giving information about the arrangements regarding the airbase in Ambala, DSP Ram Kumar of Ambala Cantonment has said that it is a matter of pride for Ambala and if anyone violates the rules, strict action will be taken against him. Rafale fighter jet will be deployed at Ambala airbase, about 300 km from the China border. Due to this, strict arrangements have been made in the Ambala airbase about Rafael.