ISLAMABAD: Navy Day is being celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country today to honour the heroes of the 1965 war.
On this day every year, Navy Day is celebrated to commemorate the great performance of the Pakistan Navy in the war of September 1965.
The day is observed to acknowledge the sacrifices and spirit of our Naval heroes who epitomized grit, courage and valour during the 1965 War.
The day reminds of the heroic deeds and daring achievements of our armed forces and martyrs who fought gallantly and humbled a much bigger adversary. This day marks a golden chapter in naval history and rekindles hope and pride in the younger new generation.
On the night of 7-8th September 1965, a flotilla comprising seven ships of Pakistan Navy bombarded Indian port Dwarka in operation code-named ‘Somnath’.
According to a Pakistan Navy spokesman, a special documentary film ‘Surkhro’ has been released on the occasion of Navy Day based on a successful operation to prevent Indian submarines from entering Pakistani waters.
According to the spokesperson, the documentary film ‘Surkhro’ is a tribute to the brave heroes for their performance in the discharge of duties.
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