Indian Navy Chief Monitors China’s Moves in the Indian Ocean: Surveillance and Vigilance in Focus.
Indian Navy Chief Admiral R Hari Kumar discusses surveillance and monitoring of Chinese activities in the Indian Ocean region.
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Participating in an event, Indian Navy Head Admiral R Hari Kumar responded to Chinese activities in the Indian Ocean region including Maldives and Pakistan.
He said that the oceans are considered a common heritage. The sea can be used for the legitimate economic aspirations of any country.
The Navy chief said, “China may have a legitimate reason to be present in the Indian Ocean region to carry out economic activities, but as the local naval power (India) in the Indian Ocean, we are keeping an eye on What’s going on there.”
We conduct surveillance in the Indian Ocean region – Indian Navy Chief.
He said, “We monitor any country present in the Indian Ocean region and we try to find out what are China’s activities in the sea.”
“Also, what activities the countries present here are involved in and their intentions.”
We are aware of any incident happening in the area – Admiral.
Ships, submarines, aircraft, UAVs, etc. are deployed for surveillance. We regularly deploy for surveillance in our area. We “Are aware of any incident that may occur.”
“The function of the Navy is to advance the defense, protection, and promotion of India’s national interests in any maritime domain,” Admiral Hari Kumar told the news agency.
So our ships, submarines, and aircraft are deployed accordingly. We are deploying our ships, submarines, and aircraft accordingly. Through this, we regularly try to monitor India’s interests.”