Relief supplies have been delivered by Pakistan Navy to the six Pakistani sailors stranded on a wrecked tug boat in the Red Sea, but sailors say they have pending eight months’ salary, so they cannot leave the ship at this time.
When the sailors were stuck in the Red Sea, they made calls for help to the authorities in Pakistan. Upon receiving their information, the concerned departments collaboratively directed a ship towards them, that carried aid in it for the sailors.
The six-member crew was extremely grateful to every Pakistani that reached out to them in these desperate times. They gushed with pride by calling themselves Pakistani.
Not only the crew members but Pakistanis are also in awe of the Pakistan government and military for their swift and sound handling of the whole situation.
They’re thankful to Pakistan Navy for their remarkable endeavors in making this happen.
Pakistani awaam is speechless to see the authorities’ efforts in providing relief to their countrymen stuck in a rather difficult situation.
Pakistan Navy is still in touch with them as they have decided to stay there for a while. They believe that coming back can have legal repercussions for them. After receiving a month’s ration and medicines the stranded sailors are doing much better.
As time progresses, more relief and help will be provided to the sailors throughout this period that they’re away from home.
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