Indian ship capsizes in Arabian Sea, Pak Navy rescues nine crew members

Indian ship capsizes in Arabian Sea: The Pakistani Navy on Thursday rescued nine Indian crew members of a vessel from sinking after it capsized in the Arabian Sea. This information was given by the Pakistan Navy. The Director General of Public Relations of the Pakistan Navy said in a statement that the incident took place near the coastal city of Gwadar in Balochistan province on August 9 when the Indian ship sank in the ‘Jamna Sagar’. There were 10 crew members in it.

Indian ship capsizes in Arabian Sea, Pakistani Navy rescues

According to the statement, the Pakistan Navy received information about the sinking of the vessel, following which the Navy responded to a distress call and the Pakistan Maritime Information Center called a nearby merchant to provide necessary assistance to the stranded crew of the Indian vessel. Requested from the ship “MT KRUIBEKE”.

The merchant ship eventually rescued nine crew members and left them on their way to Dubai port, the statement said. Simultaneously, a Pakistani Navy ship accompanied by two helicopters also reached the area and traced the body of a crew member who went missing after the ship sank. The Pakistan Navy recovered the body and handed it over to the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) officials for further action.

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