New Delhi: The Indian Air Force is focused on the theaterisation program and the drive should be taken forward considering different key perspectives including the three powers, Air Chief Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari said on Tuesday.
Tending to a question and answer session in front of Air Force Day on 8 October, he said the IAF is completely ready to manage any security challenge in eastern Ladakh and that new foundation made by the Chinese side in the locale won’t influence India’s battle status.
The Chief of Air Staff said India is completely prepared to manage a “two-front” war situation including China and Pakistan and that the center has been to improve the IAF’s general battle capacities.
On the eager theaterisation program, he said the IAF is completely dedicated to it however added that conversations are needed before new constructions are set up.
“Different alternatives are being examined among three powers,” the IAF boss said.
The auditorium orders are being intended to coordinate abilities of the three administrations and to guarantee ideal usage of their assets.
He said the IAF’s strike ability has become more powerful with enlistment of Rafale jets and different weapons.
On the supposed assault case in Coimbatore, he said no two finger test was led and that disciplinary move will be made against those saw as blameworthy in the test into the case.
An Indian Air Force official in Coimbatore has been accused of rape of a lady partner on 10 September.
The 28-year-old female Air Force official has evened out genuine allegations against IAF specialists, including exposing her to a restricted finger test and furthermore constraining her to pull out the objection against the charged Flight Lieutenant.