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Sri Lankan Navy held eight Indian fishermen for alleged “illegal fishing.

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Eight Indian fishermen were apprehended by Sri Lankan Navy for alleged engaging in “illegal fishing” in Sri Lankan waters, according to Q branch police.

Last month, ten Indian fishermen had been arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy, the Sri Lankan fishermen association said. As per the police statement, the fishermen were apprehended about 22 nautical miles from Jagadapattinam at 10.00 pm on  September 19. Prior to that, nine fishermen travelling in a boat from the coastal district of Tamil Nadu have been arrested for allegedly trespassing and fishing in Sri Lankan waters. Rameswaram Police said the arrested fishermen from Nagapattinam are being taken to Trincomalee port.

Earlier, Sri Lankan Navy rescued six Indian fishermen who were stranded after their boat drifted in Lankan waters due to a glitch. Fishermen hailing from Tamil Nadu’s Rameswaram went into the sea for fishing. Around 532 boats from Rameswaram fishing harbour left for the sea. But the boat owned by Sagear Pandian developed a mechanical snag in the Palk Bay area, the Indian-Sri Lankan sea border.

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