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indian navy (*23*) Piracy Operation rescued 23 Pakistani crew members from hijacked iranian vessel pirates surrender

Indian Navy Operation: The Indian Navy rescued an Iranian fishing vessel held hostage within the Arabian Sea and 23 Pakistani nationals working as its crew members from pirates. After an operation that lasted for 12 hours, the Indian Navy rescued everybody from Somali pirates.

In response to an official assertion issued by the Navy spokesperson, skilled groups of the Indian Navy are completely inspecting the fishing vessel in order that it may be taken to a secure space to renew fishing operations.

INS Sumedha blocked the best way

The Indian Navy mentioned late on Friday (March 29) that it’s engaged in an operation to rescue a hijacked fishing vessel which has reportedly been boarded by 9 armed pirates and its crew.

The Navy mentioned the ship was stopped on Thursday. “INS Sumedha intercepted FV Al Qambar within the early hours of Friday and was later joined by INS Trishul,” it mentioned. The fishing vessel was about 90 nautical miles (nm) south west of Socotra on the time of the incident. It’s reported that armed pirates have been on board.

9 pirates surrendered

Indian Navy: After this lengthy operation, 9 pirates aboard the FV ship needed to surrender. Below the (*23*) Piracy Act, 9 pirates are being delivered to India for additional authorized motion by 2022.

That is the second operation the place the Indian Navy pressured the pirates to surrender with none bloodshed. The Indian Navy additional mentioned, “The Indian Navy is dedicated to making sure maritime safety within the area and the security of sailors, regardless of their nationality.”

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