India China: India’s maritime power is continuously increasing. The bravery of the Indian Navy and Coast Guard is also known to the whole world. While on the one hand the Indian Coast Guard is on alert mode on China’s activities in the Indian Ocean, on the other hand the Indian Coast Guard saved the life of a Chinese citizen by showing bravery. The citizen was rescued by a foreign ship 200 km from the Arabian Sea.
The incident is on August 16.
According to information, the Indian Coast Guard rescued a Chinese national from the Panamanian-flagged research vessel MV Dongfang Kan Tan No. 2 on August 16, about 200 km away in the Arabian Sea. The ship was en route from China to the United Arab Emirates when the patient reported chest pain and symptoms of cardiac arrest. The operation was conducted by CG ALH and CGAS Daman during the hours of darkness.
The Chinese citizen complained of chest pain.
India is always forward to help people. In such a situation, once again the coast guard of the country exerted its full power so that the seriously ill person on board the foreign ship could get timely treatment. A Chinese vessel, MV Dongfang Kan Tan No. 2, a Panamanian-flagged research vessel, was en route to the United Arab Emirates when a Chinese national on board suffered chest pains. This information was given to the Indian Coast Guard.
The Indian Coast Guard started immediate action as soon as the information was received. The Coast Guard rescued a Chinese national from the Panamanian-flagged research vessel MV Dongfang Kan Tan No. 2 in the Arabian Sea, about 200 kilometers away. Let us tell you that the operation was conducted by CGALH and CGAS Daman at night. A few days ago, the Indian Coast Guard conducted a mid-sea medical evacuation operation to rescue a critically ill sailor from a foreign ship off the coast of Kerala despite bad weather.
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