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Capable of neutralizing Pak’s nuclear facilities, fighting two-front war, says IAF Chief

In a major assertion that is sure to attract reactions from India’s rivals, the Indian Air Force Chief BS Dhanoa revealed that they are perfectly capable of effectively neutralizing Pakistan’s nuclear facilities. He however, reiterated that India needs 42 squadrons at the minimum to be able to fight a two-front war. He said that Indian Air Force has also trained thousands of personnel to counter the terror threats to air bases. Dhanoa admitted that Chinese forces are still in Chumbi Valley near Doklam but hoped that they would back off once their exercises are complete.

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