Pak Navy foils Indian Navy’s ambitions on 1965 war: CM Punjab

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

08th Sep, 2019. 05:30 pm
Usman Buzdar

Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar said that the Pakistan Navy had foiled the Indian Navy’s the nefarious ambitious on September 8, 1965.

According to the details, Chief Minister Punjab Usman Bazdar said in his message on the Navy Day that, the Navy launched a brave attack on the enemy and the blatant ambitions of India had been failed.

He said that role of Pak Navy in 1965 war would always be remembered in golden words.

He further stated that on March when Indian Navy once gain tried to sneak into Pakistani territory Pak Navy once again foiled the evil designs of enemy by tracing out Indian submarine.

It is pertinent to mention that Pakistan Navy Day is celebrated on September 8 in remembrance of the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965.

September 8, 1965 was the day when Pakistan Navy launched its successful strategic operation against India, codenamed Operation Dwarka, by the 25th Destroyer Squadron.

Operation Dwarka, was one of the significant naval events of the 1965 Indo-Pak war in which Pakistan’s only submarine Ghazi, kept its name and Pakistan celebrates 8 September as “Victory Day” for Pakistan Navy.

The Ghazi submarine alone prevented the Indian fleet from entering into the global sea.

The ships of Pak Navy in “Dwarka” had sacked the enemy led by Commodore S.M Anwar. The attacks, which took place between 7 and 8 September, left the enemy lamented. India has not been able to dare any action on the maritime front since the 1965 war.

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