Indonesia’s navy has found some remnants of the missing submarine. Earlier in Indonesia, the submarine was believed to have gone missing. Navy chief Yudo Margano said at a press conference in Bali, “If there had been a blast, there would have been many pieces of the submarine.”
Banyuwangi (Indonesia). Indonesia The Navy said on Saturday that it was missing Submarine Some remains of KRI Nanggala 402 have been found, indicating that it broke down after drowning. Also said that 53 people aboard it are not expected to survive. Army chief Hadi Zahjantone said that oil slick floating on the sea water and the wreckage of the submarine near the location in the Bali Peninsula, where its location was last known on Wednesday, is clear evidence that the submarine Has drowned. In Indonesia, the submarine was earlier believed to have gone missing. Navy chief Yudo Margano said at a press conference in Bali, “If there had been a blast, there would have been many pieces of the submarine.” But it seems that when the submarine would be sinking below 300, 400 or 500 meters, it would have started to crack slowly in some places. Had there been a blast, his voice would have been heard in the sonar.
The reason for the disappearance of the submarine is not yet known. Earlier, the navy had said that the submarine would have failed to carry out the process of coming back to the surface immediately due to the power supply being stalled. “The reliable evidence we have found is believed to be that submarine,” Margano said at a press conference in Bali. Earlier we thought that the submarine has gone missing, but now it is expected to sink. Maragano said that explorers from Indonesia and other countries would evaluate the facts. He said that no body has been recovered so far. Meanwhile, a US-based search aircraft P-8 Poseidon arrived in Indonesia early Saturday. He will also be involved in the search operation with 20 ships from Indonesia, an Australian warship consisting of sonar and four Indonesian aircraft. Earlier, officials said that ships from Singapore on Saturday and Malaysia’s ships on Sunday were also expected to arrive in Indonesia.