The LCH “Prachand” that Rajnath Singh flies out of the Jodhpur airbase in.
“The light combat helicopter flew smoothly and comfortably (LCH). It doesn’t care about altitude, geography, or weather while launching an attack. Produced in India, exported worldwide “What Singh said.
Because the LCH may communicate with the opponent, the term “prachand” is not necessary to define.
After the Kargil War in 1999, the Indian Air Force (IAF) developed the LCH for mountain combat and enlisted its first fleet on Monday.
The twin-engine, 5.8-ton gunship helicopter is equipped with a variety of weapons, including air-to-air missiles, 20 mm turret guns, and rocket systems.