Rafale deployment causes panic in Chinese camp

Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, the Chief of the Indian Air Force, has assured that there is sufficient military deployment along the border amid continuing tensions from China. He has also said that there has been a panic in the Chinese camp since the deployment of Rafael. 
 
China deployed its J-20 fighter aircraft in areas close to eastern Ladakh but went backward when we brought Rafael to the region. Air Force Chief Bhadoria said on Thursday that the talks between India and China are going on.
 
 It all depends on how the conversation goes. We have deployed as much military force as we need. There is a lot of attention on our side. It will be good if the process of retreat begins, but if a new situation arises, then we are fully prepared for it. Air Chief Marshal Bhadoria said that with the arrival of Rafale planes, the concern of Chinese camps has definitely increased. 
 
Just like Indians, China did J-20 fighter jets were deployed close to the region, in the same way, India also deployed Rafale jets from France. India has made the adequate deployment of forces along the border amid ongoing tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh with China. 
 
When asked about how LCA Tejas will be helped in the Air Force, he said, "We are going to start it with thirty squads of LCA." The Chief of Air Force said at the Aero Indio show that the increase in the defense budget would prove to be a major support for the defense budget of Rs 20,000 crore in the midst of a global epidemic and economic crisis.