China to equip Pakistan Navy with counter RAW operations capability 


KARACHI: Pakistan decided to purchase six maritime patrolling vehicles from China in order to secure Gwadar Port and stop RAW spy, entering in Pakistan while agreement has also been signed between China and Pakistan to buy MPVs.


As per details, Pakistan decided to secure its coastal areas after the revelations that trained terrorists and spy of RAW enter in Balochistan through coastal areas of Iran.


According to the document of Defense Ministry, Pakistan decided to take concrete measures to further improve the security of Gwadar and CPEC project while six maritime patrolling vehicles for Pak Navy would be purchased from China in this regard.


US$ 151 million dollars agreement has been signed between both countries to buy MPVs. According to the agreement, advance MPVs and technology would be provided to Pakistan by China while Chinese government will also provide load to Pakistan in this regard.


MPVs vehicles will be given to Pakistan in December during current year while Maritime patrolling vehicles will complete surveillance of Gwadar, Jiwani and Ormara coastal areas.


Advance radars system, installed in MPVs have the capability to detect the movements in the  sea.