India One Step Ahead Of Pakistan: Coast Guard Foils Pak Navy’s Attempt To Seize Indian Fisher-Boats


Pakistan Navy’s attempt to seize two Indian fisher-boats was foiled by the Indian Coast Guard, reported The Hindu.

Rajratan, an Indian Coast Guard patrol vessel, was alerted after intercepting a VHF communication reporting that, “Pakistan warship chasing two fishing boats, reportedly operating in Pakistani waters.”

The Coast Guard vessel intercepted two Indian boats Mayshab Maa (GJ-10-MM-3480) and Safina Al Tahiri (GJ-10-MM-1761) which were registered at Okha in Gujarat. 19 fishermen were reported to be on board the two trawlers.

‘Basol’, a Pakistani maritime surveillance ship had apprehended another Indian boat, Khuda Dost Ka Karam with 11 fishermen on board, The Hindu quoted Coast Guard Officials saying. Read more

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