In September 2016, India and France sign an agreement where the Indian government order 36 Rafale fighter jets at a cost of around Rs 58,000 crore. This will a great asset for the Indian Air Force…
The Rafale is a powerful aircraft which will allow the army to have“unprecedented” combat capabilities, according the Indian Air Force Chiefs. The Vice chief Air Staff, SB Deo ask people to understand that these air crafts will be a big asset for the army and will be a big advantage over Indian adversaries in the region.
The acquisitions of these aircrafts had been vastly criticised by opposition members.
Indian Air Force gain unprecedented combat capabilities with “Rafale”