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The IAF will conduct a 2-day exercise in the northeast from Thursday
Amid tensions between Indian and Chinese troops in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang last week, the Indian Air Force will conduct a two-day exercise involving almost all its frontline fighter jets and other assets in the northeast. -It was switched off locally, PTI reported.
According to sources, the exercise is aimed at testing the overall combat capability of the IOC and military readiness in the region.
But they said the exercise was planned before the Indian and Chinese armies clashed and was unrelated to the incident.
According to sources, the exercise will include front-line fighter jets such as the IAF Sukhoi-30MKI and Rafale, in addition to several other platforms deployed in the region.
Sources said that all air bases on the front lines and some key Advanced Landing Bases (ALGs) in the Northeast would participate in the exercise.
According to sources, the Eastern Air Command’s high command will also conduct a comprehensive analysis of the regional readiness of the IAF from the perspective of the overall security matrix.
The CEO of IGI Airport was summoned by the MPs to discuss the congestion issue
The Standing Committee on Road Transport, Tourism and Culture of the Parliament informed today regarding the increase in traffic at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, and the increasing number of complaints from passengers about delayed flights, long delays in check-in due to overcrowding and overcrowding. On December 15, the head of the airport was called to discuss this issue.
A Rajya Sabha panel headed by MP Vijaysai Reddy on Thursday summoned the CEO of Delhi International Airport (DIAL) and President of the Private Airport Operators Association to seek his views on “development of greenfield and brownfield airports and civil aviation issues”. enclaves at defense airfields,” according to a statement issued for the meeting.
The Delhi airport congestion issue has even reached Parliament, where several MPs took up civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia in the Lok Sabha last week.