Q. What is the name of the ship of the Indian Navy which rescued 441 people from Yemen, including foreign nationals, to Djibouti on 5 April 2015?
Answer of this question "What is the name of the ship of the Indian Navy which rescued 441 people from Yemen, including foreign nationals, to Djibouti on 5 April 2015?", here are 4 choices for this question : INS Delhi, INS Chennai, INS Mumbai, INS Kolkata. Answer Is "INS Mumbai".
INS Mumbai was berthed outside the port of Aden in southern Yemen to rescue the stranded people as situation worsened in this region. The people were ferried in small craft in batches to the waiting ship. These crafts were hired by authorities ashore for this purpose. Of the total 441 people rescued by this ship, 176 were foreign nationals from 20 other countries of Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. INS Mumbai reached Djibouti with all the rescued persons late in the evening. An important fact associated with this rescue was that even as this rescue was being undertaken heavy shelling between the warring sections was going on.