The attack that was made on Friday was the most dreadful one for the soldiers of the Gulf in the war and this may be a turning point as  Saudi-allied countries appear to be committing to a ground war they had so far avoided. Local residents and fishermen in Western Yemen claimed that planes from the Saudi-led alliance struck two boats at al-Khokha, a small port near Hodeidah used by Indians to smuggle badly needed fuel supplies into the country, killing 20 of them. According to reports from  Al Jazeera TV, the number of forces in the alliance has increased to 10,000. However, Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi on Tuesday night said that they have no clue about the Indians being killed in the war.