Drone Attack : Who is attacking commercial maritime companies, what was found in the investigation, what steps did India take?

Drone Attack : Who is attacking commercial maritime companies, what was found in the investigation, what steps did India take?

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Drone Attack On Ships : The drone attacks on ships, first in the Red Sea and then in the Arabian Sea, have come at a time when the Iran-backed group Houthi has started attacking ships in the region due to the Israel-Hamas war.

After the drone attack on ‘MV Chem Pluto’ in the Arabian Sea and the attack on ‘MV Sai Baba’ in the Red Sea, the Indian Navy has completely increased its vigilance. On the other hand, a joint team has been formed by the Coast Guard, Navy, intelligence agencies and other concerned officials to investigate the attacks. According to the information, the joint team has started investigation on all aspects.

Drone Attack : Who is attacking commercial maritime companies, what was found in the investigation, what steps did India take?

Drone Attack : Who is attacking commercial maritime companies, what was found in the investigation, what steps did India take?

Let us know when and how drone attacks on ships happened?

Who has been accused of the attack?

What steps has India taken after the incident?

When and how did the attack on the Indian ship take place?

The first drone attack took place on ‘MV Chem Pluto’ in the Arabian Sea. Actually, the ship ‘MV Chem Pluto’ coming to Mangalore from Saudi Arabia was attacked in the Arabian Sea at around 10 am on Saturday (23 December). This attack was carried out at a distance of about 217 nautical miles from Porbandar. There were 20 Indians and one Vietnamese deployed as crew members on it. After the attack, a fire broke out on MV Pluto which was later extinguished.

On the other hand, as soon as information about the attack was received, the Indian Navy dispatched an aircraft to protect the ship. Indian Coast Guard ship ICGS was also sent to protect the tanker. The ship reached Mumbai port on Monday under the guard of Indian Coast Guard ship ICGS Vikram.

At the same time, Indian officials said on Sunday that a commercial oil tanker named MV Sai Baba became the victim of a drone attack in the southern Red Sea. There is no information about any injury or damage in this also. The MV Sai Baba ship is Gabon-flagged and has received certification from the Indian Shipping Register, officials said.

Who has been accused of the attacks?

The attacks on ships come at a time when the Iran-backed Houthi group has started attacking commercial ships due to the Israel-Hamas war. Due to these attacks, ships have had to change their routes and take a long detour to the tip of Africa. In such a situation, with the increase in cost, the time for ships has also increased.

Meanwhile, the US Defense Ministry Pentagon has confirmed Iran’s drone attack on Pluto. A Pentagon spokesperson said in the statement that the ship was attacked by a unilateral attack drone fired by Iran. The Liberian-flagged ship Kem Pluto fell victim to a drone attack launched from Iran. The statement also said it was the seventh Iranian attack on commercial shipping since 2021.

What security measures have been taken after the attacks?

India has taken the attack very seriously. The Indian Navy has deployed three warships in different areas of the Arabian Sea, including INS Mormugao, INS Kochi and INS Kolkata. Apart from this, several guided missile destroyers and long range maritime reconnaissance P8 aircraft are also being deployed.

At the commissioning ceremony of naval ship INS Imphal, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said, ‘The turbulence in the sea has increased these days. India’s growing economic and strategic power is filling some powerful countries with jealousy and hatred. He said in a warning tone that the culprits behind the attack will be found even from hell. Strict action will be taken against the culprits.

Drone Attack : Who is attacking commercial maritime companies, what was found in the investigation, what steps did India take?

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