The Pakistani Navy paid tribute to submarine Hangor on destroying the Indian warship, saying that the enemy will never forget the Hangor’s feat.
According to details, the Navy has released a promo of 1971 to commemorate the ever-successful success of the navy’s submarine ‘Hangor’ on 48th Hangor Day to highlight the 1971 Navy submarine’s success in the 1971 war.
The spokesman said that in the 1971 war, the submarine of the Navy had made a great history of bravery and that the destroyer destroyed the Indian Navy fighter, the first event since World War II in which the submarine destroyed the ship.
Pak Navy spokesman further said that the enemy will never forget the achievements of Hangor in submarines. Remember that ‘Hangor Day’ is being celebrated today in December 1971 to commemorate the devastation of the enemy’s dirty ambitions.
Today is 48th 'Hangor'day. Hangor was a Pak submarine that sank Indian Navy Ship 'Khukri' in 1971. We salute the courage & skills of the crew & of Pakistan Navy. This heroic action is the only incident in Naval history of a successful kill by a 'conventional submarine' since WWII
— The President of Pakistan (@PresOfPakistan) December 9, 2019