Operation Trident 1971 – India Vs Pakistan
Operation Trident 1971 – India Vs Pakistan: India celebrates Maritime Day on December 4 to see the victory and role of the Indian Navy in the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War. Maritime Day is celebrated on December 4 to commemorate the decisive action of the Indian Navy at the port of Karachi.
Operation Trident launched by the Indian Navy at the Pakistani port of Karachi during the 1971 Indo-Pakistani War.
The attack was successful as the mining arrow, destroyer, and bullet ship sank. The Indian navy planned the attack at night as there were no planes for Pakistan to launch night bombs. The Indian attack included 3 electric submarines, 2 anti-submarines, and a tank. After the operation, 5 Pakistani sailors and more than 700 men were injured but no injuries were reported from India. Three Indian navies, INS Nipat, INS Nirghat, and INS Veer, played a key role in the attack. For this, a strike team was formed under the Western Naval Command. The strike team is to be used to round up three electric archery ships already off the coast of Okha.
INS Nipat did a lot of damage by lowering the Camry oil storage tanks with an arrow hitting its target. The oil tanker was damaged and Pakistani ships were weakening their economic ties and their military capabilities. India launched Operation Python with the aim of seeking revenge on Pakistan. India did not suffer much as Pakistani ships launched an attack and destroyed a Pakistani tank.
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