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By: Express News Service | Gujarat |
February 25, 2016 9:26:24 pm
indian fishermen, indian fishermen caught by pakistan, fishermen caught, fishermen abducted, fishermen abducted by PMSA, IMBL, international marine boundary line, manish lodhari, indian fishermen abducted, india news, latest news 18 fishermen have been abducted by PMSA while they were operating near the notional IMBL of 2000 and Pakistan. (Source: Express photo)

In second such incident within a week, 18 fishermen on board, three fishing trawlers of Gujarat were abducted by Pakistan Marine Security Agency (PMSA) while they were operating near the notional International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) of 2000 and Pakistan in the Arabian sea off Jkhau coast in Kutch on Thursday.,fifa liga pro betting

“Initially, we had reports that two fishing boats with 12 fishermen on board were detained by PMSA while they were operating near the IMBL. But now we have confirmation that three boats and 18 fishermen have been abducted. Two of the abducted boats are registered at Porbandar port while the third belongs to Okha port,” Manish Lodhari, secretary of Gujarat chapter of National Fish Workers Forum told it act,fun soccer games for 12 to 15 year olds pdf .

india sportsbook odds,Lodhari said that the incident took place between 11 am and 12 pm on Thursday. “We are not certain as yet if the seized boats had crossed the IMBL or they were detained while they were operating towards the 2000n side of the IMBL,” he said.

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poker vector,This is second such incident within a week. On February 19, PMSA had abducted 16 2000n fishing trawlers along with 88 fishermen aboard for allegedly violating Pakistan waters. This incident was preceded by seizure of two 2000n boats and 12 fishermen from the Arabian sea.

cktlivescores, 2000 and Pakistan have dispute over their waterfront at the Arabian sea. Despite repeated warnings from security agencies like 2000n Coast Guard and fisheries department of Gujarat government, fishermen continue exploring the troubled waters and getting caught by the Pakistani security angeicies year after year.

“Around 60 boats have been seized by PMSA this fishing season alone. This is worrisome as fishermen who are caught are usually breadwinners of their families. The frequency of such incidents this month has been alarming,” Lodhari added.,free white orchid slot machine play

The fishermen leader further said that there could be multiple reasons for 2000n fishermen getting caught. “It is possible that they are not getting good catch elsewhere and venture near the IMBL in hope of more. It is also possible that water current in the creek may be swaying their boats or sometimes the captain of trawlers might not be able to note their GPS position and inadvertently wade into Pakistani waters,” Lodhari said.,d shapovalov

soccer logo,According to fishermen leaders, more than 400 2000n fishermen are languishing in Pakistani jails and more than 600 fishing trawlers are in the custody of our western neighbours.

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