Pak Navy detects Indian submarine, foils obtrusion bid into Pakistani waters
KARACHI: Pakistan Navy has detected an Indian submarine and successfully foiled its bid to intrude into the Pakistani waters, a statement issued by Navy’s spokesperson said.
According to the statement, the Pakistan Navy detected an Indian submarine and stopped it from entering into the Pakistani waters. The Pakistan Navy, owing to its high professionalism, thwarted every single attempt of the Indian submarine in its futile effort to avoid being located in the seas.
“In order to maintain peace, the Indian submarine was not targeted which is a reflection of Pakistan’s desire for peace,” the statement said.
“Learning a lesson from this incident, India too should show its inclination towards peace,” it added.
The Pakistan Navy is capable of giving a jaw breaking response to any aggression, the statement read.
This was the second event since November 2016, when the Pakistan Navy detected an Indian submarine trying to intrude into Pakistani waters.
The latest Indian provocation comes in the wake of already-tense environment between the two nuclear-armed states.
The situation between the neighbouring countries turned hostile in a tit-for-tat airstrikes following the Pulwama attack that killed over 40 Indian troops in occupied Kashmir on Feb 14.
In a response to Indian aggression, two fighter jets of Indian Air Force were shot down by Pakistan Air Force in broad day light on Feb 27.
Pakistan hit the Indian targets as a demonstration of its defense capability towards the violation of Line of Control by Indian fighter jets on Feb 26, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor said.