Yes, I did not count TEJAS as even by IAF' own admission they are not fully combat capable, but lets count them too, it does not radically change the equation.
The MKI squadron numbers are from Scramble, the most accurate flight database on the internet
no the 272 fighters is well documentated thru the military aviation world and talked to death
you can't change the truth no matter how hard you try ...
tejas not combat ready
where you get this story from.
it's more ready than your 200 vintage mirage and f7
and probably far safer to fly than your entire air force due to modern flight control.and computers
it's the most advanced flight control bar Rafale and only your block 52 comes to this level
5 or 6 crashes if thunders.this far in 10.years
told you Russian engines with poor man flight control.is a,receipe for service issues down the 'line