S-400, Rafale to Shift Technological Balance in India’s Favour – IAF Chief

Speaking during a seminar on the impact of technology on the future of aerospace power in New Delhi, Indian Air Force chief BS Dhanoa said that the IAF achieved its objective in the Balakot air strike and it successfully thwarted Pakistan’s attack on the next day. With the planned acquisition of high-end defence equipment, the IAF chief expressed confidence of having a superior hand in defence preparedness against adversaries.

“In the proposed induction of the Rafale and S-400 surface-to-air missile system, in the next two-four years, once again the technological balance will shift in our favour, like it was in 2002 during Operation Parakram during the last stand-off,” Dhanoa said while addressing a gathering at an event on Monday. Read More

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