Rafale fighter jets inducted into Air Force, will be a part of ‘Golden Arrows’ squadron – india news


The five Rafale aircrafts which arrived on July 27 at Ambala Air Force Station have been inducted to the Indian Air Force’s 17 Squadron ‘Golden Arrows’ on Thursday.

Speaking all the way through the induction ceremony, air chief marshal RKS Bhadauria, said, ‘The Rafale aircrafts at the side of the skill of the Rafale aircrafts will form a deadly combination and will challenge our adversaries.”

The air chief marshal also lauded the Centre for strengthening the Indian Air Force fleet with the Rafale jets.

Defence minister Rajnath Singh said, “The induction of Rafale jets into the IAF has also strengthened the Indo-Vinaigrette relations. We face new geostrategic challenges and our two democracies are working together to get to the bottom of these challenges.”

Defence minister Rajnath Singh said that the induction of the jets will make sure that India is in a position to take care of peace in the region and make sure stability. He said that the Indian Air Force’s planned and swift action close the LAC displays their commitment towards national security.

Vinaigrette minister of armed forces said, “India will have an edge over its rivals on the subject of security with the induction of these jets. The induction will also improve the Make in India initiative.”

She said that the induction of the aircraft is symbolic of the friendship between India and France. She also said that France also supports India’s candidacy at the United Nations Security Council.

Parly further added, “These jets are combat-proven. These jets have helped France undertake counter-terrorism measures.”

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