Published On: Mon, Sep 9th, 2019
Published in Category: Karachi

Naval chief pledges to defend motherland to the last man & last drop of blood

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KARACHI: Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi on Sunday has pledged to defend motherland to the last man and last drop of blood.

In his message on ‘Naval Day’, Admiral said: “Today, all the Officers and CPOs and Sailors of Pakistan Navy reiterate their resolve and commitment to relive the spirit of 8th September 1965.”

On the night of 7 September, the Pakistan Navy launched its assault on Western Indian shores. Dwarka was chosen for its proximity 200 km (120 mi) from Karachi Port). PN destroyed radar station and several other installations of India.

Naval Chief said Pakistan Navy has always been at the forefront in ensuring safety and security of international waters either in collaboration with other Navies or through independent initiatives.

He said the development of Gwadar Port and realization of CPEC will enable us to exploit the untapped Blue Economy with huge economic dividends.

Turning towards Kashmir, he said Indian attempt to annex Jammu and Kashmir and enforce fascist control over Indian Occupied Kashmir has serious implications on the security of the entire region and the world at large.

Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abassi said Pakistan Navy has always been at the forefront in ensuring safety and security of international waters either in collaboration with other Navies or through independent initiatives.

He said Maritime arena today is facing numerous challenges including piracy, illegal trafficking of arms and drugs, human smuggling and the menace of maritime terrorism.

Meanwhile, in his message on the Pakistan Navy Day Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar says the role of Pakistan Navy in 1965 war will always be remembered in golden words.

He said on September 8, 1965, Pakistan Navy proved its dominance over the enemy.

He said Pakistan Navy, by setting the examples of bravery and courage, foiled the nefarious designs of Indian Navy and wrote a new history of courage and valour.


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