Indian submarine tried to enter in their territory says Pakistans military


Abhay Chauhan

Pakistan’s army on Tuesday claimed that its navy blocked an Indian submarine from stepping into the country’s waters last week. The incident took place on October sixteen when an Indian submarine was detected through a Pakistan Navy (PN) patrol aircraft, the army stated in a announcement.

The navy “detected and blocked the Indian submarine on sixteen Oct 21 from stepping into Pakistani waters,” according to the announcement.

It stated that in the prevailing security milieu, a strict tracking watch has been stored by the Pakistan Navy to protect maritime frontiers of the country.

According to the statement, it is the third incident of its type during which an Indian Naval Submarine has been upfront detected and tracked through the Pakistan Navy’s Long Range Maritime Patrol Aircraft.

The military additionally shared a quick pictures of the purported incident.

An incident of this nature was last stated in March 2019 when the army had detected and thwarted an tried entry through an Indian submarine, the assertion claimed.

“The Pakistan Navy used its specialized abilities to push back the submarine, successfully preserving it from getting into Pakistani waters,” PN had stated in a statement on the time.

It claimed that some other stated try through an Indian submarine was made in November 2016 which was tracked and driven clean out of Pakistan’s waters.


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