KARACHI: Pakistan Navy has released a special documentary film “Surkhru” in connection with Naval Day being observed in remembrance of the War of 1965
The documentary film is based on the successful operation by Pakistan Navy to prevent an Indian submarine from entering Pakistani waters.
On 4th March last year, Pakistan Navy intercepted an Indian submarine and thwarted the sordid designs of the enemy.
The documentary film is a tribute on the part of Pakistan Navy for its valiant heroes for successfully discharging their duties.
Naval Day is being observed to honour the heroes of 1965 War. The day is observed to acknowledge the sacrifices and spirit of the Naval heroes and courage and valour during the war.
The day reminds of the daring achievements of the naval forces and martyrs who fought bravely and humbled a much bigger adversary, making a golden chapter in the nation’s rich naval history
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’.
#PN released a special docufilm #SURKHRO on #PakNavyDay. Docufilm is based on a successful Ops by PN to prevent Indian submarine from entering Pakistani waters during post Pulwama standoff. #SURKHRO is a tribute to the brave sons of the soil.
YouTube link: https://t.co/KcIT5OPo07 pic.twitter.com/iy5ta7o4Fo
— DGPR (Navy) (@dgprPaknavy) September 8, 2020