The All Ceylon Fisheries Association today staged a protest opposite the Fisheries Ministry demanding the government to intervene to stop illegal fishing in Sri Lankan waters by Indian fishermen. Pix by Nisal Baduge
Karalasingam Sivalingam Tuesday, 08 February 2022 01:49 PM
This will never happen. The best solution would be SriLankan and Tamil Nadu fishermen to have free access to catch fish in any shores under the jurisdiction of both states.
Moda Sinhalayo Tuesday, 08 February 2022 04:00 PM
Where do the southern fishermen share the sea with Indian fishermen?
Siva shanker Thirunavukkarasu Tuesday, 08 February 2022 04:09 PM
Its the not only about the crossing the borders . The method of using small nets for bottom trawling fishing which damage to the environment. On 17 November 2004, the United Nations General Assembly urged nations to consider temporary bans on high seas bottom trawling. Why Sri Lankan environmentalist are silent about it.
vithura Tuesday, 08 February 2022 04:14 PM
These fellows are no different from the Indian fishermen, they protest because they do not want competition in robbing the livelihood of the Northern Tamil fisherfolks. Plain and simple.
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