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Recent analysis of imagery collected over Shigatse Air Base in China reveals the deployment of at least six J-20 stealth fighter jets alongside eight J-10 fighters and a KJ-500 airborne early warning and control aircraft. This deployment signifies a strategic move by China to strengthen its airpower near the disputed Line of Actual Control (LAC) with India.

The J-20 is China’s most advanced fighter jet, boasting stealth capabilities that can potentially disrupt India’s air defense systems. This deployment comes amid ongoing tensions between the two countries following the 2020 Galwan Valley clash.

Experts believe China’s move is likely a response to India’s own airpower advancements, including the deployment of Rafale fighter jets and upgraded MiG-29UPGs. Both sides have been bolstering their military presence along the LAC in recent years.

The increased presence of J-20s near the border could raise concerns about a potential escalation in tensions between China and India. The J-20’s advanced capabilities pose a new challenge for India’s air defense and could complicate future border standoffs.

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