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Indian fishermen indulge in illegal acts in Sri Lankan waters, Indian Coast Guard says

Indian fishermen indulge in illegal acts in Sri Lankan waters, Indian Coast Guard says Indian Coast Guard today told the Madras High Court that Indian fishermen allegedly indulge in various illegal acts such as smuggling and trawling in Sri Lankan waters resulting in action by the island nation's navy. The ICG has told the court that it cannot take responsibility for the security of the fishermen if they entered Sri Lankan waters and there was confrontation between them and the Sri Lankan Navy, Press Trust of India reported. A counter-affidavit to this effect was filed by Indian Coast Guard (ICG) Deputy Director General, K R Nautial on a contempt petition against officials for not "obeying" the earlier court orders on providing security for fishermen. The stand may not go down well in ...
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