Indian Navy guards coast

Indian Navy to continue patrols.

Navy continues guarding piracy-hit Western coasts

It has been more than six months since international shipping regulators revised the area considered as ‘piracy high-risk’ away from India’s western coast, and now, unofficial estimates peg the potential savings for shipping companies around 23,000 crore to 25,000 crore annually.

Despite the revision in the high-risk area zone and a piracy incident free spell, the Indian Navy will continue with its anti-piracy mission, naval officials said.

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