Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Indian Air Force to Deploy Helicopters in Maoist-Hit States

 The Indian Air Force will deploy helicopters in Maoist-hit states, especially in Chhattisgarh, to combat rising red terror. But it won’t be a free for all like ‘Rambo’ that will go and fire at Maoist camps and locations in lush green hilly terrain of the ‘Red Corridor’. Union Home Secretary Gopal K Pillai here this afternoon said the Cabinet has cleared the plan to deploy IAF helicopters in inhospitable Naxal-dominated areas for quick response to reinforcements of paramilitary forces and rescue missions. The BSF fleet consists of three to four Dhruv Advance Light Helicopters and two Mi-17 choppers. “The IAF helicopters will be used only for logistic movements and they will not be available for any offensive operation,” Pillai said while talking to the media in the state guesthouse.
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