Sukhoi-30MKI India: The Indian Air Force has a history of marshaling officers who hold the distinction of ‘outclassing technical superiority’ with their ‘sheer brilliance and valor’ in the skies. The legacy of the great Wing Commander KK ‘Jumbo’ Majumdar DFC, who holds the accolade of being declared the ‘best pilots of the Allied Forces’ in World War II, has been carried forward with pride by the present league of brilliant pilots of the Indian Air force.
As recently as 2019, Group Captain Abhinandan Varthaman, shot down a Pakistani F-16 fighter jet with an archaic MiG-21 Bison, during a dogfight over the Line of Control (LOC) in the aftermath of the Balakot airstrike.
The incident categorically highlights the ‘professional excellence’ of the Indian Air force, whereby; a ‘fourth generation PAF F-16’ was shot down by a ‘2.5 generation MiG-21 Bison’ which is supposedly criticized as the ‘widow maker’. The incident raised many eyebrows in the West, pointing out the ‘unheard exceptional competence’ of the fighter pilots.
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However, with the induction of the Rafale fleet in the Indian Air Force, the technical competence of the Indian Air fleet has enhanced many folds, shivering the envious neighbors of India. The frightened Chinese have been rattled by the positioning of Rafale and Sukhoi-30MKI on the LAC borders with India. Much of the fear owes it to the incompetence of the Chinese warfare capabilities, despite having numerical and technical superiority over the Indian counterparts.
Fresh Deployment of Sukhoi-30MKI and Rafale over Chinese head
The recent tussle with the Chinese in the Yangtse area of Tawang sector highlights the military superiority and preparedness of the Indian armed forces on the eastern frontiers. Not only did the Indian forces bash the Chinese PLA black and blue, but also showcased technical superiority in terms of logistical and reinforcement apparatus.
The Chinese were taken aback by the preparedness of the Indian Army, which to the surprise of the Chinese outnumbered them on ground zero. Further, in addition to the immediate reinforcement, the air support was almost immediately put to place with the Rafale and Sukhoi-30MKI on high alert.
Following the incident, the Indian Air force has started enhancing its capabilities in the north eastern region. Amidst the spiking border tensions with China along the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh, the Indian Air Force has launched a major exercise covering the Northeastern region. The two-day mega exercise is involving almost all its frontline fighter jets and other assets deployed in the region.
Much to the misery of the Chinese, the second squadron of Rafale jets took part in the mega air exercise along with other key assets such as Sukhoi-30MKI aircraft under the Eastern Air Command.
Furthermore, all frontline air bases and ‘key Advanced Landing Grounds’ in the Northeast have been functionally involved in the massive exercise to speed up the military preparedness. That is to say, the recent face-off of December 9, amid the ‘over 30-month border standoff’ between the two Asian giants in eastern Ladakh, has forced the Indian forces to maintain a high state of operational readiness along the LAC in the Arunachal Pradesh and the Sikkim sector.
Rationale behind Chinese horror
The might of the Air capabilities of India has been bolstered by its full complement of Rafale combat jets. On the contrary, the Chinese have been augmenting the narrative of owning a much superior J20 fighter jet, which has been allegedly been masked as a 5th generation fighter jet.
However, the capabilities of Chinese developed J20, is yet to pass the test of time. Further, owing to the ‘unreliability of Chinese defense apparatus’, the skeptics are critical of the actual potential of J20 fighter jets. Interestingly, the J20’s engines are third-generation, and the aircraft can only be considered to be 3.5 generations old at most without modification. Thus, highlighting that the Chinese claim of J20 being a 5th generation fighter jet can just be blabbering to deceive.
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Further, experts highlight that if the Chinese ignores the Rafale Jet Aircraft’s superiority over its own J20, it will be committing a very serious blunder. Thus, it is believed that although the Rafale is a 4.5 generation aircraft, it is enabled with ‘Meteor and Scalp missiles’ having pinpoint accuracy, and at the hands of the ‘highly competent’ Indian fighter pilots, it can easily overshadow the Chinese modified 5th generation J20.
That is to say, the Chinese and Pakistanis are becoming increasingly nervous and anxious as India enhances its capabilities and preparedness with the most cutting-edge weaponry, while the Chinese are forced to play with their ‘unreliable indigenous built’ infrastructure and weaponry.
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