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Pakistan Navy celebrated Defence Day of Pakistan with reverence and effervescent spirit. The day was observed to commemorate supreme sacrifices of Armed Forces, Shuhada, Ghazis and national heroes who stood against the enemy with unparalleled display of unity and tenacity during 1965 Indo-Pak War.

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Pakistan Navy celebrated ‘Navy Day’ to honour heroic achievements of our Ghazis and Shuhadas who fought gallantly against a much bigger adversary with absolute courage and profound faith in Allah SWT. The Navy Day is a glorious reminiscence of daring operation ‘SOMNATH’, when Pakistan Navy Warships destroyed important shore installations and inflicted irreparable damage to the Indian pride. Pakistan Navy lone Submarine Ghazi reigned and remained unchallenged at sea throughout the war.

In his message on the occasion, Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi said that 8th September, marks a golden chapter in our rich naval history and rekindles hope and pride in our new generation. On this day, Pakistan Navy acknowledges the sacrifices and spirit of our Naval heroes who epitomized grit, courage and valour during the 1965 War.

Today, Pakistan Navy being potent naval force in the region is alive to its growing responsibilities and role to vigilantly guard country’s maritime interests. The Naval Chief also underlined that all ranks of Pakistan Navy reiterate solidarity with their Kashmiri brethren and denounce the blatant annexation of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK).

The day dawned with special prayers offered in all Naval mosques for peace and prosperity of the country and particularly for the success of Kashmir struggle. Quran Khawani was arranged for eternal peace of Shuhada of the 1965 war. Flag hoisting ceremonies were held at all Naval units and establishments.
 

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Handing over ceremony of 2 x Tugs built for Pakistan Navy was held at PN Dockyard.

Vice Admiral Naveed Ashraf Commander Pakistan Fleet, graced the occasion as Chief Guest. The ceremony was attended by high ranking officials from Pakistan Navy and engineers/ workers of KS&EW.

The Tugs has a length of 25 m with a displacement of 250 tons. It has maximum speed of 12 knots and is propelled by two diesel engines having azimuth drive propulsion system with automated integrated machinery and tug handling system. These tugs are equipped with two diesel generators, a diesel driven fire pump, navigational radar, fire fighting system, deck crane, sewerage treatment plant and towing arrangements.

The Chief Guest in his address said that construction of these tugs at Karachi Shipyard is yet another example of sheer hard work and dedication by the engineers and workers of KS&EW. He appreciated the timely delivery of these tugs, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant challenges like non-availability of OEM engineers and Kit-of-Material etc. He congratulated all stakeholders particularly management and workforce of Karachi Shipyard for achieving this important milestone.

Earlier MD KS&EW, Rear Admiral Ather Saleem in his welcome address said that workforce of yard was proud to be entrusted with such projects and thanked the valued customers, Pakistan Navy for reposing confidence in KS&EW. He further highlighted commitments of KS&EW had increased manifolds but his teams were more determined, motivated and geared up to undertake the future challenges.

He apprized the august gathering about the recent Inauguration of Ship Lift & Transfer System (SLTS) by Prime Minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan which would go a long way in enhancing yards, shipbuilding/ ship repair capabilities. He further apprised about ongoing projects including, MILGEM Class Corvette, FAC(M) 4, Tugs, GRP Boats for PN and 1500 T MPV for PMSA. He assured that KS&EW is committed to deliver state of the art platforms and services to the utmost satisfaction of the end users.


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Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi exchanging views with High Commissioner of Nigeria to Pakistan H.E Mohammed Bello Abioye at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad.


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In a successful Intelligence Based Operation, Pakistan Navy and Customs Intelligence & Investigation Directorate Gwadar apprehended liquor comprising of approx 5400 bottles at sea of Kund Malir near Ormara.
 

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A group of Royal Saudi Navy warships including the lead ship of the Al-Riyadh Class Frigate, HMS Al Riyadh and RSAF F-15s arrived in Karachi for the Naseem Al-Bahr XIII naval exercises between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, to be held in the Arabian Sea.

The exercises also involve F-15SA aircraft of the Royal Saudi Air Force that have been deployed to Karachi with combat aircraft from the Pakistan Air Force, including F-16s, and anti-surface warfare aircraft of the Pakistan Naval Air Arm that will perform long-range maritime strike missions as part of the exercises. The exercises are being held with the goal to enhance interoperability between the Royal Saudi Naval Forces and the Pakistan Navy, enhancing maritime security and protecting waterways in the Arabian Sea and Persian Gulf.

The exercise will end using live ammunition and involve firing missiles from all participating ships and aircraft.



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Commander Royal Saudi Naval Forces, Vice Admiral Fahad Bin Abdullah Al Ghofaily called on Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi at Naval Headquarters Islamabad.


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