Navy did not even land, only Indian Coast Guard aircraft drove Pakistani warship

S Choudhury
Dornier aircraft
Dornier aircraft

Sources said that the Dornier aircraft remained hovering over PNS Alamgir during the entire incident and tried to connect with the radio communication system.

An attempt by a Pakistani Navy warship to enter Indian waters backfired. It is said that in July this year, when the Pakistani Navy ship Alamgir crossed the Indian maritime border in Gujarat. However, the Dornier Maritime Surveillance Aircraft of the Coast Guard found the battleship and forced it to return. 

According to government sources, Indian agencies do not even allow fishing boats on their side in the five nautical miles of the sea border near Gujarat. However, when the Dornier aircraft informed the Coast Guard that the Pakistani warship was near the maritime boundary, the warship was warned to return. However, no reply was given from his side. 

Sources said that the Dornier aircraft remained hovering over PNS Alamgir during the entire incident and tried to connect with the radio communication system. But Pakistan did not respond to the media for fear of being exposed to its antics. Dorney circled this Pakistan warship at least two to three times and kept a watch on it until it returned to its border. 

So far no response has been given by the Indian Coast Guard in this matter. However, sources say that the captain of PNS Alamgir had an idea that there might be a retaliation on him from the Indian side, so he thought it right to run away without answering. It has been told that the Pakistani warship had come to find out how far it could go deep into the Indian maritime border without being under surveillance. However, his attempt failed due to the vigilance of the Dornier aircraft.