Royal Indian Navy The Royal Indian Navy contributed in ending the British rule in the Indian Subcontinent
UE .I.N. Ratings In Open Mutiny ON SITUATION ombay Barracks RIFLES WERE BROUGHT INTO ACTION 18th February, 1946 E. W MODELS STERDAY AS DIRECTED BY THE NA'l'" The mutiny involved 20,000 soldiers, 20 shore establishments and 78 ships of the navy
Reasons for the mutiny Poor conditions of the Naval Staff Racist treatment to the sailors
THE HERALD PRESS BOMBAY SWEPT BY "ABSOLUTE REBELL
In Karachi, the sailors started the mutiny on board HMIS Hindustan, a ship belonging to the Royal Indian Navy.
Later the mutiny spread to another ship named HMIS Bahadur.
Clement Atlee During the mutiny, the ruling British government pressed the panic button
The Royal Air Force bombers flew over the Bombay harbour to spread a message of fear and strength on third day of the strike.
53 Admiral Arthur Rullion Rattray
The British forces secured Manora Island first, despite resistance from sailors. se Urooj Qureshir All Rights Reserved. wwww.living Urooj Qureshi, All Rights Reserved -being.co
While the mutiny did not last long, its effects were far from limited. Prompt steps were adopted to improve food-quality served to the ratings in the RIN post the mutiny