What was the name of the aircraft-carrying vessel that Indira Gandhi had stationed in the Bay of Bengal to carry out attacks on merchant vessels in Chittagong during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971, which led to the freedom of Bangladesh in 1972? Hint: Since then, the name of this vessel has been bestowed upon ships of its class made in India at the Cochin Shipyard Limited.
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Looks like this wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be. Just five answers, all of which are correct in some way. The vessel was the INS Vikrant and the class is the Vikrant-class, equivalent of Majestic-class vessels.