Indian Navy will Intervene in South China Sea, If Required, DK Joshi
Indian Navy chief Admiral DK Joshi today in New Delhi declared that Indian navy would intervene in South China Sea, if required. He said that they were continuously evaluating China's arming up and attitude towards the Sea. India's concern in South China Sea is freedom of navigation, he added.

Joshi stated that the Indian navy mandated to protect country's economic interests overseas, including South China Sea. The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Videsh has been engaged in 3 oil blocks in South China Sea, where production has started in one block and Indian navy would intervene if it would be directed so.

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