This Is What Indian Coast Guards Did To Two Pakistani Commandos When Kulbhushan Was Awarded Death Sentence

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This Is What Indian Coast Guards Did To Two Pakistani Commandos When Kulbhushan Was Awarded Death Sentence
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The day when the Pakistan military court ordered the execution of a former Indian Navy Officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, Indian coast guards made a rare gesture of friendship.

Last week, Indian Coast Guard Maritime Rescue Centre in Mumbai received a distress call from Karachi. The coast guards immediately took action and what happened next says a lot about the complicated yet humane relationship between the two nations. 

It all started when a speed boat went missing.

It all started when a speed boat went missing.

A boat of Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) which had six commandos on board had gone missing during its regular patrol at the International Boundary Lines.

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The last position where the boat was spotted was around Jhakau, Gujarat.

The last position where the boat was spotted was around Jhakau, Gujarat.
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Reportedly, the Pakistani Marines were trying to catch Indian fishers who were fishing outside the Indian waters.

Reportedly, the Pakistani Marines were trying to catch Indian fishers who were fishing outside the Indian waters.
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Three fishers were captured and were taken to Pakistan in different PMSA boats.

Three fishers were captured and were taken to Pakistan in different PMSA boats.
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"About 10 boats were fishing in the area when PMSA rounded them up in high seas. When they were taking them to Karachi, one of their small fast boats collided with one of the Indian fishing boats and capsized in Indian waters," The Deccan Herald reported.

Seeing this, the fishermen alerted the Indian coast guards and asked for help.

Seeing this, the fishermen alerted the Indian coast guards and asked for help.
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Indian coast guard ship, 'Arinjay' sailed into the sea and rescued the two Pakistani commandos who were in critical condition.

Indian coast guard ship, 'Arinjay' sailed into the sea and rescued the two Pakistani commandos who were in critical condition.
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Out of six, two Pakistani soldiers were saved. One went missing while two had already died when Indian coast guard reached out to help them.

Thank you gesture from PMSA.

Thank you gesture from PMSA.
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"After this, Pakistan released 60 fishermen as 'thank you' gesture for saving the lives of Pakistani officers," National Fishworkers Forum secretary Manish Lodhari said.

Coincidentally, this happened when former Indian Navy Officer Kulbhushan Jadhav was awarded death sentenced in Pakistan.

Coincidentally, this happened when former Indian Navy Officer Kulbhushan Jadhav was awarded death sentenced in Pakistan.
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Pakistan military court has awarded death sentence to ex-Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav on the charges of spying.

The step taken by Indian coast guards to save lives of two Pakistani commandos is commedable.

The step taken by Indian coast guards to save lives of two Pakistani commandos is commedable.
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This incident has occurred when India-Pakisan conflict has deepened over Kulbhushan Jadhav case.

This incident has occurred when India-Pakisan conflict has deepened over Kulbhushan Jadhav case.
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But we cannot ignore the 'thank you' gesture from PMSA for releasing 60 fishermen.

But we cannot ignore the 'thank you' gesture from PMSA for releasing 60 fishermen.
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