Indian Air Force is on high alert and is closely monitoring situation unfolding not only at Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh but the entire stretch of Sino-Indian border. Ever since the standoff between India and China began, Indian Air Force has been amping up its capabilities. Now the IAF is in a position to take to the skies and protect Indian forces and striking a blow to the enemy within 8 minutes.
Indian helicopters are capable of striking in the narrow mountain passes Ladakh’s rough geography features. As per reports acquired by India TV, the Indian armed forces are in a state of alert for 60 days.
China is currently activating its airbases along the border. There are three airbases in Chinese territory opposite Ladakh. At the same time, China is eyeing Skardu airbase in Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir.