Indian Air Force

Indian Air Force Jets Roar In Leh-Ladakh Skies Amid Gentle Chimes And Buddhist Hymns

The Indian Air Force (IAF) jets have been regularly patrolling the skies near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) amid the ongoing conflict with China. In the course of its operations the IAF jets have deployed its Sukhoi Su-30 MKI, Jaguar and Mirage 2000 fighter jets along with the Apache attack helicopter.

Amid the heightened air activity in Ladakh, journalist Devjyot Ghoshal shared a video in which the roar of IAF jets can be heard in the Leh-Ladakh sky amid gentle chimes and Buddhist Hymns emanating from a nearby monastery.

As per reports, the IAF is also using C-17 super-Hercules aircraft and Chinook choppers to ferry personnel and supplies to enhance preparation along the LAC.

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