Chinese Military Buildup In Doklam: Air Force On ‘Strong Wicket,’ Says IAF Chief Birender Singh Dhanoa

Indian Air Force (IAF) chief Birender Singh Dhanoa asserted on Thursday that the IAF was on a “strong wicket” vis-a-vis China.

The air chief marshal’s statement comes days after Indian Army chief voiced concerns about China’s military buildup in the Doklam region, where the troops of the two nations were engaged in a stand-off for over two months last year.

“The air force is on a strong wicket against China. Whatever requirements are there from the budget, have been sent to the government,” Dhanoa said while addressing a press conference here. Read More…

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