Pakistan and China will sweat; Prachand is part of the Air Force Light Combat Helicopters Made in India | Indian Air Force

New Delhi – India’s Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) has become part of the Air Force.

The ceremony was held in Jodhpur, Rajasthan in the presence of Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Air Force Chief Air Marshal VR Chaudhary and others. Rajnath Singh named the helicopter ‘Prachand’. Rajnath Singh also flew to Prachanda.

It was concluded that Prachanda increases the defense strength of the army when Pakistan and China pose a threat on the border.

The LCH is a multi-role platform capable of launching various missiles and other weapons.

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Light Combat Helicopters LCH1 Photo: @rajnathsingh / Twitter

India’s indigenously produced light combat helicopter (LCH) named ‘Prachand’. Photo: @rajnathsingh / Twitter

The LCH was built by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). LCH is used for high surface mounted operations.

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Light Combat Helicopters LCH1 Photo: @rajnathsingh / Twitter

India’s indigenously produced light combat helicopter (LCH) named ‘Prachand’. Photo: @rajnathsingh / Twitter

It is a 5.8 tonne twin engine helicopter.

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Light Combat Helicopters Made in India Photo: @ANI / Twitter

When India’s indigenously produced Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) became an official part of the Air Force. Photo: @ANI / Twitter

In March, the Cabinet Sub-Committee on Security Affairs headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to purchase 15 indigenously manufactured helicopters at a cost of Rs 3,887 crore.

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Rajnath Singh Photo: @ANI / Twitter

Rajnath Singh talking to the media after flying in Prachanda. Photo: @ANI / Twitter

There will be 10 helicopters for the Air Force and five for the Army.

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Light Combat Helicopters LCH1 Photo: @rajnathsingh / Twitter

India’s indigenously produced light combat helicopter (LCH) named ‘Prachand’. Photo: @rajnathsingh / Twitter

English Summary: “Prachand”, Indian Made Light Combat Helicopters Inducted

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