A contrarian viewpoint
The USAF is moving to MRAAM's that are going to be required to exceed the "CCM" performance capability of its current CCM (AIM-9X-II+), while also bettering the end game performance of the AIM-120. So both short range performance and end game agility will be top priority. They've spent more than a decade funding this technology development stream and are now flight testing full up missile prototypes. Given that, I don't see value in carrying a dedicated Short Range weapon on 5th and 6th gen fighters. It takes up as much or more room and brings nothing to the table on top of what is already available. The CONOPS will be different. It's akin to the AIM-7 and F-16, where the USAF integrated the AIM-7 caving to political pressures but always intended to have the AMRAAM as its main MR missile.
Yes similar thinking is prevailing in the IAF as well. That is why India is not developing a dedicated CCM. They are trying to adaprt Astra Mk1 into an MRAAM. However, it is all about the percentage threat. CCMs are good enough of India's adversaries for now.
Thankfully, Tejas can carry an MRAAM at its outboard pylon. Mk1A will carry dual CCMs on the outboard pylon.
Most modern CCMs (AIM-9X, R-74, Python-5 etc) employ TVC to achieve near-instantaneous 50+ G manoeuvrability - this is vital in an era of HMS and high-off-boresight engagement capability - but this adds to the weight of the overall missile.
ASRAAM of course is an exception - it chose to remain light, by foregoing TVC and is fine with achieving it's 50+G manoeuvrability, a few seconds post launch, using solely it's control surfaces.
This instantaneous achievement of manoeuvrability, is quite critical, for high off-boresight close-in engagements - plus such engagements are, many a times using IRST/LR (and not necessarily the high-off-boresight-challenged-radars - so no additional target info available post-launch etc) which renders the radar-seeker part of the missile a dead-weight (where is the time to establish a range-gate, then track and lock target etc, at such ranges - say 30-40Km).
So until the so-called MRAAMs adds TVC (and thus gain further weight), the SRAAMs will have their relevance, IMVHO.
Also the need to shoehorn a IIR FPA along-with a active-radar seeker (like in MICA series) adds complexity, dimensions and weight (and thus also somewhat sacrifices instantaneous manoeuvrability) - thus the relevance of dedicated SRAAMs will remain.