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Battle ships, submarines and aircraft deployed in the Arabian Sea to deal with Pak

Although the tension with Pakistan after the Pulwama terror attack, it has been less in the past few days, although sources reveal that heavy Naval vessels have been deployed in the Arabian Sea.

 India's warships, submarines…

Although the tension with Pakistan after the Pulwama terror attack, it has been less in the past few days, although sources reveal that heavy Naval vessels have been deployed in the Arabian Sea.

 India's warships, submarines and aircraft are stationed in the North Arabian Sea and remain vigilant. This deployment has been retained by Pakistan for the purpose of answering any shelling.

Navy spokesman Capt DK Sharma told Sunday, "The Indian Navy has been confined to the Makran coast due to the sea, air and land strength, and the Pakistani Navy is not able to come openly in the ocean. This is the situation since the Pulwama terror attack.

During the terrorist attack in Pulwama, Jammu, Kashmir, when 40 CRPF jawans were martyred, Navy was busy in his biggest war game. The navy exercise, named Tropex-2011, consisted of 60 warships, 12 coast guard ships and 60 aircraft. After the attack, the Air Force had got the Air Strike approval by entering the Balakot of Pakistan.

On the other hand, Navy was also kept on alert motors and its deployment was increased in the North Arabian Sea. Captain Sharma told that Navy's operation was under way during the Pulwama attack, so Navy, working very fast, increased its alertness in the Arabian Sea and increased the deployment of warships and aircraft.

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