Pride of Pakistan ‘PNS Ghazi’ which was sunk by Indian Navy discovered

In what is coming as a major revelation, it has been informed that the remains of PNS Ghazi, the first fast-attack submarine of Pakistan Navy, have been discovered in the waters of Visakhapatnam. The submarine, which was Pakistan’s flagship underwater vessel, took part in several wars including the Indo-Pak war in 1971, during which the submarine sank in the waters near the Visakhapatnam harbor.

Historians claim the sinking of Ghazi to be a notable event and as one of the biggest mysteries of the 1971 war with Indian and Pakistan sources having different views behind the reason for its sinking.

Balram Naidu, director of Livein Adventures, while speaking to Yo! Vizag said, “PNS Ghazi has been located near the entrance of the city’s port, at a depth of 28m from the sea surface. While the divers of Indian Navy have been conducting regular dives here, further details are yet to be studied. We need to discuss with the concerned authorities and decide how to take this further and help Vizag gain another feather in its cap of the tourism industry.”

What does PNS Ghazi hold for Vizag?

With the advent of water sports and adventure activities at the city’s bay, Vizag has certainly grown to be renowned as a premier destinations for water sports enthusiasts. Also, the recently discovered shipwrecks, along with the exhilarating scuba diving activities, have given the city’s tourism sector an all-new boost. The discovery of PNS Ghazi seems to be poised to bolster this further as Vizag gears up for yet another tourist attraction.

By: YoVizag

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