Six fishermen from Tamil Nadu arrested by Sri Lankan Navy

Six Tamil Nadu fishermen were on Tuesday arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy for allegedly fishing near Neduntheevu in the island nation.

PTI May 24, 2017 08:43:35 IST
Six fishermen from Tamil Nadu arrested by Sri Lankan Navy

Rameswaram: Six Tamil Nadu fishermen were on Tuesday arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy for allegedly fishing near Neduntheevu in the island nation.

Six fishermen from Tamil Nadu arrested by Sri Lankan Navy

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The president of the fishermen association in Rameswaram, M Emerit, said the arrested fishermen have been taken to Kangesanthurai port there.

They were allegedly fishing near Neduntheevu when they were arrested, he said.

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