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Pakistani Nationals pay gratitude to Indian navy for rescuing them from Somali pirates

Pakistani crew members, rescued by Indian Navy from the clutches of Somali Pirates, were released by the Mumbai Police.

Speaking to reporters, Port Zone DCP Tanaji Ghadage said that the Pakistan Embassy is taking back the five Pakistani nationals who were in the police custody after preparing their travel documents. Charge sheet has been filed in this case and the investigation is complete by the Navy. He said that their patrolling is also on in the sea.

The Pakistani citizens narrated their horrifying experience with the media. One of the Pakistani citizens said that the Indian Navy released them from the Somali pirates. Notably, in March, Indian Navy had apprehended 16 Somalian pirates, who had held a trawler hostage and had rescued 16 sailors 12 Iranians and four Pakistanis from the Lakshadweep region. The Pakistani nationals are happy to go back home. With cameraperson Raju Sharma, bureau report – NMTV News.

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