Chinese Activities in IOR Monitored
Indian Navy keeping tabs.
Chinese Activities in IOR Monitored Minutely: Navy
NEW DELHI: Naval chief Admiral R K Dhowan on Thursday said that the activities of the Navy’s Chinese counterpart in the Indian Ocean Rim was being minutely monitored with its presence growing in the region.
The Navy chief reiterated that along with the submarines, Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) ships have been deployed for anti-piracy operations in the Indian Ocean since 2008 and the Indian security establishment sees the presence of Chinese submarines in waters close to it and its developmental activities in neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Maldives and Sri Lanka as a matter of concern.
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