Navy Chief expresses condolences to the families of three Navy personnel who have died

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New Delhi
Navy Chief Admiral R Hari Kumar expressed condolences to the families of three Navy personnel who lost their lives in the blast at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai. ‘Master Chief Petty Officer’ (MCPO) First Class Krishna Kumar, MCPO Second Class Surinder Kumar and MCPO Second Class AK Singh were killed and 11 others injured in an explosion on Tuesday at INS Ranveer at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai. were go. The Indian Navy on Wednesday said, “Chief of the Navy Admiral R Hari Kumar and all personnel of the Indian Navy express our deepest condolences to the families of Krishna Kumar, Surinder Kumar and AK Singh, who suffered an unfortunate incident aboard INS Ranvir on 18 January 2022.” I had lost my life. The Navy said, ‘We stand firmly with the family in this difficult time.’ INS Ranvir is a destroyer ship. The Navy had said on Tuesday, “INS Ranvir was deployed on the Eastern Naval Command’s cross-coast operation from November 2021 and was scheduled to return to the base port soon.” The Navy said a ‘Board of Inquiry’ has been ordered to probe the cause of the incident. In August 2013, explosions on board INS Sindhurakshak killed 18 sailors and sank in Mumbai harbor.

[Attribution to NBT]

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