Fishermen to the fore

25 September 2010 07:30 am - 6     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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By Gandhya Senanayake

Issues regarding Tamil Nadu fishermen will also be in the agenda at the routine biannual meeting on September 29th between the Sri Lankan Navy, the Indian Navy and Coast Guard, navy spokesman Captain Athual Senerath told Daily Mirror online.

Captain Senerath added that the meeting which is scheduled to be held on the 29th of September will be held on an Indian naval vessel at the Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime boarder. The meeting will be attended by several Sri Lankan naval commanders and their Indian counter parts.

Meanwhile Indian media reports claimed that an urgent meeting   between Sri Lankan and Indian Naval officials was scheduled, to address issues regarding the alleged “physical attacks” on Tamil Nadu fishermen by the Sri Lankan navy.

Commenting on the report Captain Senerath added that all these issues will be discussed at the meeting on the 29th. (Daily Mirror online)

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  • Yeti Saturday, 25 September 2010 11:36 AM

    It was always a question of fishing in troubled waters even during the war. Something has to give!

    Hemantha Monday, 27 September 2010 02:52 AM

    Thousands of Indian Boats fishing in SL waters near Delft,
    & off T'MNR etc. All the days they are catching fish & prawns etc.But, fish prices in Sri Lanka always high. Minister taking only.No action.

    rat Saturday, 25 September 2010 07:45 AM

    BAN FISHING

    Bird Eye Saturday, 25 September 2010 08:27 AM

    Dont give in to them, Pleeeeas.

    xlntgson Saturday, 25 September 2010 09:52 AM

    Draw a maritime boundary as suggested by fishermen of both sides!

    Above the crowd Monday, 27 September 2010 08:56 AM

    Go catch them,if not they will die of old age!!!


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