The Indian Navy has successfully tracked down the Chinese nuclear submarines operating close to the Indian water bodies
The pictures have been taken by the P-8I maritime surveillance aircraft in the first half of September while patrolling over the Indian Ocean before it entered Sri Lankan waters.
The P-8I tracked down another Chinese frigate that is part of its anti-piracy escort task force deployed in the Gulf of Aden to provide security to Chinese merchant vessels from Somali sea pirates.
The Indian Navy keeps a close eye on all the Chinese vessels that enter the Indian Ocean region where India is a dominating player.The aircraft has successfully detected and tracked the Chinese vessels including its nuclear submarines in the area.
The direct monitoring of the Chinese warships by the Indian Navy will start as soon as they enter the IOR from the Malacca Straits.