Great humanitarian act: PMSA rescues six Indian fishermen

Islamabad, October 07 (KMS): In a great humanitarian act, a ship of Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) rescued six Indian fishermen who were drowning close to International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) between Pakistan and India.

The PMSA ship during patrolling in Eastern maritime region found six Indian fishermen in water. The crew members immediately launched a rescue operation and saved the Indian fishermen.

The members of PMSA Ship crew also provided medical aid and food to the Indian fishermen that helped in stabilizing their physical condition. Later, they were handed over to an Indian coast guard ship, which was operating in the area.

The rescued fishermen and the Indian Coast Guard appreciated the humanitarian gesture of PMSA ship.

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