Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said the new India is capable of giving a fitting reply to anyone who attempts aggression against the country. Stating that the war patterns amd strategies are changing, the minister asked the newly commissioned flying officers of the Air Force to be prepared for newer and emerging challenges like cyberspace war.
Addressing them after presenting them wings on completion of their training at the Air Force Academy, Dundigal near Hyderabad this morning, he asked them to be ready for future challenges and asked to equip and them selves with the emerging technologies.
Referring to the recent stand off between India and China in the northern sector, he said India is always a peace loving country, but if some one attempts to disturb the country, we are always ready to give them a fitting reply.
He recalled the services rendered by air force especially in transporting supplies, he said it has been a force multiplier.
The Minister presented wings to about 100 flight cadets including three from friendly countries, who have passed out from the Air Force Academy today.
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