Two Indian fishermen injured in Sri Lankan Navy firing
The attacks on Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan Naval officers is an ongoing issue.
Karaikal: Two Indian fishermen on Thursday injured in a firing by the Sri Lankan Navy when they were fishing in the Indian Ocean region.
Two fishermen, Dinesh and Arvind, both from Kilinjilmettai area of Karaikal in Puducherry, were fishing when the Sri Lankan Navy opened fire at them.
The injured fishermen are undergoing treatment at the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) hospital in Puducherry.
The attacks on Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan Naval officers is an ongoing issue and had even been represented during the recent meeting between the Indian and Sri Lankan government that took place in the first week of November.
Meanwhile, except four fishermen who were caught in the first week of November, all other Indian fishermen arrested by the Sri Lankan government have been released ahead of the Indian-Sri Lankan officials and fishermen meet.
The Indian fishermen along the coast of Tamil Nadu have been constantly approaching the state and the Central government for a solution.
Their livelihood has been completely destroyed after the Katchatheevu treat in which the Sri Lankan fishermen were given more rights to the islands between the Sri Lanka and India.