Indian Navy and Coast Guards have deployed Warships
NEW DELHI - Indian Navy and Coast Guards have deployed Warships offshore coast during the event of the Chinese President Xi Jinping arrival to secure the maritime border from the security threat.
As per media report, Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard have deployed warships at some distance from the shore to provide security from any seaborne threat in Mahabalipuram ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping's meeting on Friday.
Pictures of the warships deployed in the sea have been tweeted by news agency ANI.
The second informal summit between PM Modi and President Xi is scheduled for Friday. The Chinese President will arrive in India for his two-day visit in the afternoon in Chennai, after which he will go to the coastal town Mahabalipuram.
PM Modi will give President Xi a guided tour of the three important UNESCO world heritage sites in Mahabalipuram - Arjuna's Penance, Panch Rathas and Shore Temple.