13 Dec 2022

Tawang Clash: IAF Begins Combat Air Patrolling On Arunachal Border

Tawang: The Indian Air Force (IAF) has started combat air patrolling on the Arunachal border after the Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed in Tawang. 

China had tried to send its drones to Arunachal border: Even before the clash in Tawang on December 9, China had tried to send its drones to the Arunachal border. After this, the IAF immediately deployed its fighter aircraft on the Arunachal border.

The Chinese military has been behaving aggressively over issues in the Yangtse in the vicinity of the Holydip and Parikrama area on the LAC where the Chinese side has been opposing Indian positions.

Chinese jets flying close to LAC were spotted: Top sources said the Air Force had launched air patrols after spotting Chinese jets flying close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh.

Fighter jets had to be scrambled "two-three times" in recent weeks to thwart China, they revealed.

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