Amidst the ongoing border dispute with India, China has tested the capabilities of the stealth bomber jet H-20 in its occupied area near Ladakh. It has been told that it is completing the process of final testing of its Shiyan H-20 fighter aircraft. China is conducting this test from Hotan Airbase. A stealth jet is one that can bomb enemy territory without being caught by radar.
According to defense experts, China has accelerated the testing process of H-20 aircraft after the induction of French Rafale fighter jets in the Indian Air Force. This testing process has started from June 8 and will be completed on June 22. June 22 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Communist Party of China. Perhaps as a big announcement on that day, China can give formal information about the inclusion of stealth fighter aircraft in its Air Force.
The H-20 aircraft is a fighter aircraft equipped with multiple capabilities. It can operate over long distances. Also capable of carrying more weight. It can come and go by dodging enemy radar. China has not yet clarified whether its newly built fighter aircraft is capable of attacking with a nuclear weapon. All of America's state-of-the-art bombers are also capable of carrying out nuclear attacks.