Bangla Hunt Desk: Three more Dassault Rafale fighter jets are arriving in India on Wednesday to strengthen the Indian Air Force. This aircraft will increase the strength of the Indian Air Force several times more. This fighter aircraft will be helpful to the Indian Air Force to teach the enemy in combat.
According to the information received, after flying in the sky from France, the three Rafale planes will reach India directly without stopping anywhere on the road. According to sources, the Rafale flights scheduled from Airbase in France to Jamnagar in Gujarat will be refueled by French aircraft.
The first batch of five Rafale aircraft arrived in India on July 26. At that time, after taking off from France, the planes stopped at the airport in the United Arab Emirates. India has signed 36 Rafale aircraft deals with France worth Rs 59,000 crore.