Watch: Pak Sailors' "India Zindabad" Chant After Rescue By Indian Navy

Watch: Pak Sailors’ “India Zindabad” Chant After Rescue By Indian Navy

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The Indian Navy stays dedicated to making sure maritime safety

New Delhi:

As many as 23 Pakistani nationals rescued by the Indian Navy from Somali pirates after a daring operation within the Arabian Sea on March 29 thanked India and raised slogans of ‘India Zindabad’.

The Indian Navy’s specialist workforce had protected them from 9 armed pirates, and accomplished sanitization and seaworthiness checks of fishing vessel Al-Kambar.

The Pakistani crew of the rescued Iranian flagged fishing vessel might be seen elevating “India Zindabad” slogans within the Arabian Sea after they had been rescued from the pirates.

Based mostly on the inputs on a possible piracy incident onboard Iranian Fishing Vessel late night on March 28, two Indian Naval ships, mission deployed within the Arabian Sea for maritime safety operations had been diverted to intercept the hijacked fishing vessel.

The FV on the time of incident was roughly 90 Nm south-west of Socotra and was reported to have been boarded by 9 armed pirates. The hijacked FV was intercepted on March 29.

The Indian Navy stays dedicated to making sure maritime safety within the area and security of seafarers, regardless of nationalities, in response to the assertion.

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