Indian fisherman killed in the border of the Gujarat coasts by Pakistan navy today. Navy opened the fire on Indian fishermen who are with 5-6 on a boat. They are set for sail from Okha on Sep 8 on a boat named Prem Raj. From the sources, fishermen are fired at international waters Gujarat coast. In the attack, one person was dead identified as Iqbal Abdul Bhatti who is the native of Okha. It is not yet cleared whether they are killed by Pakistan navy or not. Immediately coast guards went to the location to investigate. From the information of officials, fishermen sailed to the Pakistan side maritime boundary.
Indian Coast guards are in the way to bring back the boats to the Indian harbour. “Five fishermen were on the boat when it was targeted by Pakistan’s Maritime Security Agency in the Arabian Sea, television news channels reported
“The Ministry of External Affairs in Delhi is said to be ascertaining all the facts about the case before it will come out with an official statement.”
Earlier Srilankan Navy arrested 14 Indian Fishermen when they are allegedly poaching in the county’s waters in the northern part of the sea. Officials mentioned The fishermen along with their boats have been taken to Sri Lanka. The Deputy Director said Sri Lankan officials have also confirmed the arrests.Officials added that, the fishermen was drifted to the North part of the sea, due to the rough seas and they are produced before the court.