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CHENNAI 25 MAR 2016.   THE INDIAN COAST GUARD SHIP ICGS RAJKAMAL AND SIX INTERCEPTOR BOATS (C-407, C-412, C-414, C-416, C-417 AND C-428) WILL BE REBASED TO ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR REGION AS PART OF COAST GUARD HEADQUARTER REBASING PLAN. THIS REBASING PLAN IS AIMED TOWARD ENHANCING THE COASTAL SECURITY OF THE NEWLY COAST GUARD STATIONS FOR EFFECTIVE OPTIMIZATION OF COAST GUARD ASSETS TOWARDS SAFEGUARDING THE MARITIME BORDER OF NATION.

NEWLY COMMISSIONED ICGS ARNVESH HAS ALREADY JOINED THE EASTERN CG FLEET AS PART OF REPLACEMENT. DIG MA THALHA CHIEF OF STAFF, COAST GUARD REGION (EAST) WAS CHIEF GUEST FOR THE OCCASION.

THE COMMANDING OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE REBASED SHIPS WERE GIVEN FAREWELL AS A CUSTOMARY TRADITION OF SERVICE CEREMONY AT CHENNAI PORT TRUST HARBOUR. THE SHIPS SET COURSE FOR ANDAMAN NICOBAR AT 1130 HRS ON 25 MAR 16 WHERE THE INDIAN ARMY BAND PLAYED THE BEFITTING FAREWELL TUNES DURING THE OCCASION. THE CG INTERCEPTOR BOATS ARE BEING ESCORTED BY CG ADVANCE OFFSHORE PATROL VESSEL SAGAR TO PORT BLAIR FOR SAFE PASSAGE.

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