A two-day Coastal Security Exercise specifically ‘Sagar Kavach’ carried out by the Indian Navy together with Indian Coast Guard and all stakeholders concerned in Coastal Security from the coast of Kerala. The train was monitored from Joint Operations Centre, Kochi. Sagar Kavach is a half-yearly train with an goal to examine the Coastal Security mechanism and validate Standard Operating Procedures. The train carried out alongside the coastal areas of Kerala, Karnataka and Lakshadweep assumes significance within the backdrop of the prevailing safety scenario within the nation.
Apart from Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard, Coastal Police, Coastal District Administration, Cochin Port, Fisheries Department, Customs, Marine Enforcement Wing (MEW), Central Industrial Security pressure (CISF), Intelligence Bureau (IB), LightHouse Department and fishermen group participated within the train.
- 20 ships of the Indian Navy and Coast Guard in addition to 50 patrol crafts manned by varied safety businesses, took half within the train.
- During the train, the individuals have been divided into two groups, Red (assault) and Blue (defence), with the Red Force simulating as terrorists making an attempt to infiltrate coastal areas of the state for assaults on important belongings in addition to important factors and Blue Force finishing up coastal safety surveillance to intercept and neutralize the makes an attempt.
- Extensive air patrol and surveillance of the adjoining seas have been additionally undertaken by the plane, helicopters and Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) of the Indian Navy and Coast Guard to detect ships and vessels of the opposing pressure.
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- Chief of the Naval Staff: Admiral Karambir Singh.
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