Al Yashir is registered in the name of an individual named Shauqat, a fisherman based in Karachi’s Hazira Port.
The Coast Guard officials remain tight lipped about the second boat which was let go since it had nothing in it.
Sources said the operation was carried out by a joint team of the Indian Coast Guard and the Indian Navy.
The police were told that another vessel named MV Abdulla, Yemeni-flagged, had run aground in the vicinity.
Gujarat Maritime Boar (GMB) officials posted in Alang confirmed the the vessel had sunk.
The fishing trawler, made a distress call between 7 am and 8 am while their boat was operating some 70 km off Okha.
The dish has come to telegraphically signal ‘anti-national’.
The ferry boat ‘Navrang’, carrying 78 pilgrims, had got stranded after the engine sucked in a mud patch.
Of the 25,000 registered trawlers, only 1,000 have Automatic Identification System.
The wreckage and the bodies would help investigators reach some conclusion about the intention.
Indian Coast Guard commander, Kuldip Singh Sheoran claimed that the ICG ship had seen only one of the four suspects on board.
Chandubhai Bari (65) said he had no idea about the incident until he returned to port on Saturday morning.
ICG said that the crew of the boat didn’t resemble fishermen from their dressing style and carried no nets.
Aslam told the media that no boat from Karachi had gone to the open seas.
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