new Delhi: Rafale planes have made a safe landing at Ambala airbase in Haryana. In view of the landing, the police at Ambala airbase have tightened security around the military base. On the arrival of the five Rafale planes in the Indian airplane, the warship INS Kolkata welcomed and said- This is a proud flight, Happy Landing.
At the same time, PM Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also tweeted on the historic landing of 5 Rafale planes.
PM Narendra Modi tweeted, ‘There is no virtue like Raksha Raksha, no vow like Raksha Raksha, no sacrifice more than Raksha Raksha.’
Rashtra Rakshasam Yagya,
Sight nave f nave f.
– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 29, 2020
Welcoming the powerful fighter jets, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh wrote, “These birds (of Rafale planes) have safely landed in Ambala.”
At the same time, Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted, ‘Whether it is about speed or the ability of weapons, Rafal is ahead in everything. I believe these world class fighter jets will be game changer. Congratulations to PM Modi ji, Defense Minister Raj Nath Singh ji, Indian Air Force and the entire country on this important day.
From speed to weapon capabilities, Rafale is way ahead!
I am sure these world class fighter jets will prove to be a game changer. Congratulations to PM @narendramodi ji, DM @rajnathsingh ji, Indian Air Force and the entire country on this momentous day. #RafaleInIndia pic.twitter.com/1PuSgVtlZm
– Amit Shah (@AmitShah) July 29, 2020
Let us know that this fleet of fighters flew from the Marignac airbase of the French port city of Bordu on Monday. These aircraft will reach Ambala on Wednesday afternoon after covering a distance of about 7,000 km. These aircraft will have three seats and two seats with two seats. Authorities have imposed Section 144 around the Ambala military base. Banned on taking pictures and making videos. Private drones have also been prohibited from flying within three kilometers of the military base.