The Indian Air Force is fully prepared to deal with any situation amid tensions with China in East Ladakh. Although it is suspected that both China and Pakistan may unite against India, the Indian Air Force said on Friday that they were ready to conduct simultaneous operations on both fronts. The air force said fighter jets, transport planes and helicopters were flying both night and day, about 50 kilometers from Pakistan and about 80 kilometers from the strategic Daulat Beg Oldi.
On Friday, the Indian Air Force flew the C-130J Super Hercules at Forward Air Base near Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and the China border. An Air Force official said the Indian Air Force was fully trained and ready to operate day and night on both sides. Transport planes regularly fly troops, rations and ammunition to bases near the air force and along the Line of Actual Control in the DBO and other areas of eastern Ladakh.
: Indian Air Force operates C-130J Super Hercules aircraft at a frontal air base near Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and China border.
Note: All visuals have been cleared by the appropriate authority on the ground pic.twitter.com/sr5gitmrqo
– ANI (@ANI) September 25, 2020
Asked about the possibility of danger from Pakistan and Skardu airports, the pilot of the aircraft’s lieutenant rank said that the air force is fully trained because of the modern platform and we are ready to work on both fronts.
Explain the stalemate with China in East Ladakh. Let us tell you that a Chinese renewer landed in Skardu in the Gilgit-Baltistan region in June. Since the airport is under Pakistan’s control, it is feared that China and Pakistan may come together against India.