At the least 16 Indian fishermen had been arrested and despatched to a Bangladesh jail after they had been discovered crossing the maritime boundary.
Sixteen fishermen have been despatched to jail after they had been arrested for violating the maritime boundary.
A court docket in Bangladesh has arrested 16 Indian fishermen and despatched them to jail for trespassing on the Bay of Bengal. On Thursday morning, they had been taken to a court docket in Bangladesh and subsequently despatched to jail.
At round 10:50 pm on Tuesday night time, the ship “Aparajeyo Bangla”, which was patrolling the deep sea within the western zone of the Coast Guard, noticed the 16 fishermen and detained them.
The Indian fishermen had been fishing within the waters of Bangladesh inside 10.2 nautical miles of Bangladesh-India waters.
Coastguard handed over the Indian fishermen together with fish and trawlers to the Mongla police station in Bangladesh on Wednesday. Jahidul Islam filed a case with Mongla police station as a plaintiff.
The supply mentioned that detained Indian fishermen are from completely different areas of South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal.