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Defence & Martyrs Day promo released by Pakistan Navy

Defence & Martyrs Day promo released by Pakistan Navy
September 6, 2019
KARACHI (92 News) – Marking a 54th Defence Day of Pakistan, Pakistan Navy has released a promo in connection with Defence and Martyrs Day. The promo expresses strong love for the country and reaffirms the commitment of Naval officers and Jawans for defence of the motherland. It also pays tribute to the sacrifices of the martyrs. “A Message to the Brave Sons, defending the Maritime Frontiers of Pakistan #DefenceDay.”

Sep 6 is a glorious chapter in our history: CNS

In a message in connection with Defence Day of Pakistan Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi has said that 6th September is a glorious chapter in the annals of our history when our adversary made the mistake to test the indomitable spirit and unflinching faith of the Pakistani Nation and its Armed Forces. He also said that that day reminds us of the sacrifices of unparalleled courage and bravery of our Shuhada and Ghazis who with unwavering support of the nation, smashed the enemy’s miscalculated notion of superiority. “It is day to pay homage to our heroes who by their unrivalled valour and bravery, penned new tales of fortitude and chivalry which are source of inspiration and pride for us,” the naval chief said. “On this day, our valiant Armed Forces through their sheer grit and resolve, routed the false ambitions of the enemy on all three fronts of land, air and sea,” he said. Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi said that the Pakistan Navy despite being numerically smaller, through its daring war planning and strategic initiative, struck the enemy inside its home port and reigned supreme in the Indian Ocean, throughout the war. He maintained, “‘Operation SOMNATH’ wherein Pakistan Navy audaciously attacked and destroyed Indian Radar Station at Dwarka, put the Indian Navy on the defensive, right from the onset of war. PN S/M Ghazi’s uncontested dominance in the Indian Ocean kept major Indian Fleet tied up in harbours and Indian A/C Carrier far removed from the battle theatre.”