Indian Navy Submarine caught operating south of Pakistani Coast

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Rear Admiral Waseem Akram promoted to rank of Vice Admiral

KARACHI, Nov 18 (APP): In order to divert attention from the
indigenous freedom movement in Indian Occupied Kashmir, India has
persistently embarked upon a series of provocative actions against
Pakistan.
While Indian Army continues to undertake serious Ceasefire Violations along LOC and Working Boundary, Indian Navy has also deceitfully deployed its Submarines against Pakistan with ulterior motives, a press release of Pakistan Navy said on Friday.
However, Pakistan Navy once again proved its vigilance and operational competence by detecting and blocking an Indian Submarine from entering in Pakistani waters. The unsuspecting Submarine was detected and localized South of Pakistani coast on 14 Nov 16. Thereafter, despite submarine’s desperate efforts to escape detection, it was continuously tracked by Pakistan Navy Fleet units and pushed well clear of our waters.
This thriving encounter of detecting Indian Navy Submarine at High Seas and its continued surveillance not only speaks very high of Pakistan Navy’s Anti Submarine Warfare capability but also reflects the commitment and resolve to defend sea frontiers of Pakistan.
Pakistan Navy continues to maintain high level of preparedness
and vigil to guard Sea Frontiers.