Pak Navy Detects and Blocks Indian Submarine

The Pakistan Navy detected and blocked an Indian submarine from coming into Pakistani waters on October 16 (final Saturday), the army’s media wing revealed on Tuesday.

The Inter Companies Public Relations (ISPR) stated the navy confirmed “unremitting vigilance {and professional} competence” in ascertaining and blocking the tried entry of the Indian vessel.

“Through the prevailing safety milieu, a strict monitoring watch has been stored by Pakistan Navy to safeguard maritime frontiers of Pakistan,” the ISPR stated.

It added that the Oct 16 incident was the third time an Indian naval submarine had been detected and tracked by the Pakistan Navy’s long-range maritime patrol plane.

“The latest incident displays the deplorable Indian machinations vis-à-vis dedication and resolve of Pakistan Navy to defend maritime frontiers of the motherland,” the assertion reads.

The final such reported incident occurred in March 2019 when the navy had detected and thwarted an identical tried entry by an Indian submarine. “The Pakistan Navy used its specialised expertise to thrust back the submarine, efficiently retaining it from coming into Pakistani waters,” an announcement from the navy’s spokesperson had stated on the time.

One other try was made in November 2016 when an Indian submarine was tracked and pushed filter out of Pakistan’s waters.

The UN Conference on Legislation of Sea doesn’t permit a state to hold out manoeuvres or workout routines within the unique financial zone (EEZ) and within the continental shelf of one other coastal state with out its consent. EEZ signifies an space of coastal water and seabed inside a sure distance of a rustic’s shoreline that can’t be entered with out permission or prior info.

The realm of Pakistan’s territorial waters is 12 nautical miles whereas its seabed territory (EEZ) grew to 290,000 sq. kilometres in 2015.



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