Pakistan Navy celebrates 50th Hangor Day with special video message

Naval Chief Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi said that Pakistan Navy is ready to face all threats to defend the homeland. (Photo: Bol News)

KARACHI: Pakistan Navy is celebrating its 50th Hangor Day today and in this regard, a special video was released.

According to details, Pakistan Navy released a special video on the occasion of Hangor Day in which the achievements of the submarine Hangor against the enemy were highlighted. In the 1971 Indo-Pak war, the submarine Hangor raised the flag of victory.

Every year on 9th December, Pakistan Navy celebrates National Hungor Day in memory of Submarine Hungor which completes 50 years today.  According to the Pakistan Navy, for the first time since World War II, a submarine was destroyed by a submarine hangar. The Naval Chief praised the submarine Hangor.

In his message to the nation on the occasion of National Hungor Day, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi said that we have not forgotten this day and neither will our enemy. The incident of the submarine Hangor can be considered as the best example of combat technical skills.

In his Hungor Day message, Amir-ul-Bahr said that the history made by the submarine Hangor could be said to be the best practical example of the unwavering determination of the Pakistan Navy to protect the maritime borders in response to the enemy’s aggressive intentions.

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Naval Chief Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi said that this day reminds us of the bravery, perseverance, and patriotism of the crew of the submarine Hangor. 

Amir-ul-Bahr said that the performance of Hangor was excellent, many stories of bravery and dedication have been written, including submarine Ghazi and Hangur besides Operation Somnath. Pakistan Navy is ready to deal with all threats to protect the homeland.

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