Two-day joint coastal safety train ‘Sagar Kavach’ begins

A two-day joint coastal safety train, “Sagar Kavach” was launched at Paradip Coast, Odisha. The train is being carried out by a joint effort of the state of Odisha and West Bengal governments. 

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About the “Sagar Kavach”:

  • The foremost objective of the train is to hold out the train on the coast of Paradip this 12 months, similar to yearly after the 26/11 Mumbai assaults. The train is being carried out to forestall a repeat of the Mumbai assaults by sea.
  • More than 10 such departments, together with the Indian Navy, the Indian Coast Guard, the Odisha Police, the native fishermen, the forest division, and the port marine division, have joined the joint train.
  • It will run for 2 days, with purple and inexperienced forces being shaped to infiltrate and stop assaults. This 12 months for coastal safety the train was named “Sagar Kavach”.

Important takeaways for all aggressive exams: 

  • Chief of the Naval Staff: Admiral Karambir Singh.

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