Indian Navy capable of tackling every situation, say Admiral Lanba on deployment of PLA Navy at Gwadar


Commenting on reports of china’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) planning to deploy its naval ships, submarines and troops to guard the Gwadar port and the USD 46 billion CPEC, India’s Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Sunil Lanba on Friday said that the navy possesses the capability and assets to deal with such a development should it take place.

Asserting that a PLA nuclear submarines was deployed and did a port call at Karachi,Admiral Lanba said that the Indian Navy is keeping a close eye and monitoring its movement.

”We have capability and assests to take on any force which is deployed,and if and when this happens,we have plans in place to tackle it .PLA nuclear submarine was deployed and did a port call at Karachi,”said Admiral Lanba

”As far as deployment of PLA navy,ships and submarines are concerned,we keep a close eye and monitor their movement. Read More…

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