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Four Indian fishermen who lost their way when their boat sustained damage due to strong gale conditions in the deep sea were rescued by Sri Lankan fishermen and handed over to the China Bay Police in Trincomalee through the Sri Lankan Navy.


Inquiries revealed that the four fishermen, Gajendra Ramesh (35) Selvam Rajesh (26), Pandiyan Dasappan (26) and Raji Jeyakumar (34) were residents of Indra Nagar and Kasimedu in Chennai.
 

They had left the Chennai fishing harbor on December 4th and were hit by a terrible storm causing extensive damage to the fishing craft.
 

The police recorded a statements from the four men and admitted them to the Trincomalee hospital for medical examination. Further the police were taking steps to obtain a court order to hand over the four fishermen to the Mirihana Detention Unit for foreigners without VISA, for further action. ( Amadoru Amarajeewa)

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  • Cobra Saturday, 18 December 2010 12:23 AM

    Thank God for good neighbors!

    gb Saturday, 18 December 2010 03:31 AM

    thank god they were rescued

    gggg Saturday, 18 December 2010 03:31 AM

    Indians are our frnds we should work together .

    Tom Saturday, 18 December 2010 03:32 AM

    We should impriosn these peopel fro life... Or their boat broke... then let them go.

    Malhathi Saturday, 18 December 2010 03:34 AM

    We should setup a joint rescue squad for all these Sri lankan and India Fshermen who get stranded in deep sea. and also set up a GPS tracking system.. so loclas know where the fishermen are.

    ggggg Saturday, 18 December 2010 04:27 AM

    I hope India or their families were made to pay for the rescue operation before being released.

    fk this my taxes being used to rescue worthless black indians.

    mohan Saturday, 18 December 2010 10:09 PM

    a good human rescued another human, i don't see any tax money used on rescue, by the way did you ever pay any direct tax in you life ?


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