New Delhi: The central government is going to take big steps to strengthen the Indian Air Force. The Air Force had played an important role in the Balakot strike in response to the Pulwama attack. The government wants to equip it with state-of-the-art fighter aircraft in view of the important role of the Air Force in the security system of the country. According to the ongoing media reports, the central government has finalized the deal to buy 36 more Rafale aircraft from France. According to the report of the Indian Defense Research Wing, orders for new aircraft will be placed early next year. France had recently handed over the aircraft to India before the deal of 36 Rafale aircraft in the past.
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It will be officially handed over to India on October 8 during the Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh's visit to France. After this deal, the number of Rafale aircraft in the Indian Air Force fleet will be 72. The Indian government is already purchasing 36 Rafale fighter jets from the Dassau Aviation Company of France. The arrival of the Rafale aircraft will greatly increase the strength of the Air Force. Especially in view of Balakot airstrike, when Indian fighter jets had to go deep inside Pakistan.
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According to sources, in view of India's huge defence market, the US is pressurizing the country company Lockheed Martin to buy fighter aircraft. But after Balakot, his image has suffered a major blow after wing commander Abhinandan Vardhaman shot down Pakistan's F-16 aircraft. Let us tell you that in the last Lok Sabha elections in India, the scandal in the Rafael Deal became a big political issue. But the government is going to do this deal again, bypassing these co-things.
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