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Indian Navy provides assistance to stranded Cargo Ship in Gulf of Oman

Officials said that the Indian Navy on Thursday provided assistance to the stranded ship MV Nayan. Indian Navy warship INS Talwar received a message from the cargo ship requesting technical help.

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Published on 12 March 2021 12:30 PM GMT

Indian Navy provides assistance to stranded Cargo Ship in Gulf of Oman
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New Delhi: The Indian Navy assisted seven Indian members in the crew of a cargo ship stranded in the Gulf of Oman. The ship stuck in the sea due to disturbances in the propulsion and generator system. Officials told about this on Friday. He told that this cargo ship was going from Oman to Iraq.

Indian Navy provide help to Cargo Ship:

Officials said that the Indian Navy on Thursday provided assistance to the stranded ship MV Nayan. Indian Navy warship INS Talwar received a message from the cargo ship requesting technical help. INS Talwar is posted in the Gulf of Oman. The propulsion of the cargo ship, the generator that produced the electricity, and the compass system had stopped working. Due to this, the ship was stuck in the sea since March 9.

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An Indian Navy spokesman said, "Based on the initial aerial assessment of MV Nayan. The Indian Navy ship sent a VBSS (Visit, Board, Search and Caesar) team. Along with a technical team from the ferry to help the stranded ship." Seven members of the stranded ship's crew were Indians. "

Navy team worked for seven hours:

The official said that the Navy team worked on MV Nayan continuously for seven hours and started the important equipment of the ship like generator, steering pump, sea water pump, compressors and main engine. "To help MV Nayan depart for his destination, the Navy team also helped to turn on his devices such as GPS and compass light," he said.

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Earlier, another cargo aircraft of India was stuck in the Chinese territory, on which on January 22, India said that it was ready to replace the 16 Indian sailors stranded on a cargo ship in Chinese waters for four months as soon as possible.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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