Monday, April 22, 2024

Drone Strikes Ship With 20 Indians Off Gujarat, Coast Guard Makes Contact

The Coast Guard vessel has alerted all ships within the space to supply help to it.

New Delhi:

A drone strike prompted an explosion and fireplace on a service provider ship within the Arabian Sea on Saturday, however no casualties have been reported. The crew contains 20 Indians, and an Indian Coast Guard vessel is shifting in direction of the service provider vessel, MV Chem Pluto, which is 217 nautical miles off the Porbandar coast, information company ANI reported.

Coast Guard officers stated a Dornier maritime surveillance plane has established communication with the distressed vessel.

The vessel, which is carrying crude oil, was going in direction of Mangaluru from a port in Saudi Arabia. Defence officers stated the Coast Guard ship, ICGS Vikram, which was patrolling the Indian Unique Financial Zone, has been directed in direction of the service provider ship in misery. The Coast Guard vessel has alerted all ships within the space to supply help to it. All crew members are protected.

Coast Guard officers informed ANI that, after the drone assault, the ship switched off its Computerized Identification System, which can be utilized for monitoring. They stated the ship’s energy technology system is functioning now, and some checks are being carried out earlier than it leaves for its vacation spot.

The incident comes days after the Indian Navy helped within the evacuation of an injured sailor from a hijacked Malta-flagged cargo vessel on Monday. It had been reported that six “pirates” had illegally boarded the ship, the MV Ruen, within the Arabian Sea.
 

Related Articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest Articles