According to the IAF, the chopper is capable of aerial combat and will help the force combat slow-moving aircraft, drones and armoured columns during conflicts. The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) cleared the purchase of 15 LCH for both the IAF and the Indian Army. They were approved at a cost of ₹3,887 crore (approximately $476 million) along with Infrastructure sanctions worth ₹377 crore (approximately $46 million).
Arul Louis- UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is following the situation in the subcontinent where the Indian Air Force struck a terrorist base inside Pakistan territory and is calling for “maximum restraint” by both countries, his spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said on Tuesday. Guterres is on his way back to New York from Geneva and Dujarric […]