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Rs 5 lakh worth fishing nets dumped into sea by Sri Lankan navy

They also took away GPS equipment from a country boat which was carrying six fishermen, between Katchtheevu and Dhanushkodi.

By: PTI | Rameswaram (tn) | Published: May 14, 2016 2:47 pm
heheh Twelve fishing nets worth Rs five lakh were allegedly cut by Sri Lankan naval personnel.

Twelve fishing nets worth Rs five lakh were allegedly cut by Sri Lankan naval personnel, who also took away GPS equipment from a country boat which was carrying six fishermen, between Katchtheevu and Dhanushkodi.

Pamban Country Boat Fishermen Organisation President Arul said the six fishermen had set out to sea on Saturday morning. Lankan naval personnel came to the spot, cut the 12 fishing nets and threw them into the sea.

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“They also seized a GPS instrument from the boat and dumped the diesel into the sea. The fishermen were chased from the area after being warned not to fish there,” he said.

The fishermen used their hands to paddle themselves to the shore, he said.

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    khan
    May 14, 2016 at 1:40 pm
    Does India is at peace with any of its neighbors
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    1. Joseph R Stephen
      May 14, 2016 at 9:56 am
      This Sri Lankan Navy is run by cowards. They will shiver at the sight of Tamils.lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;The Tamil Fisher man should take up the security themselves and Invade Colombo Port and teach Sri Lanka a lesson.
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