Thirteen Pak nationals apprehended by Coast Guard in Kutch

Last Updated: Friday, December 10, 2010 - 22:21

Jamnagar (Guj): Thirteen Pakistani
nationals who had entered Indian waters in two boats were
apprehended by the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) near Jakhau in
Kutch district, officials said here on Friday.
The Pakistani nationals were apprehended last night
by the ICG while its officials were patrolling the Arabian
sea on the Indo-Pak marine border, they said.

According to Coast Guard officials, the 13 men who
looked like fishermen were being brought to Okha coast for
interrogation.

This is the fourth incident in the last 15 days involving arrest of Pakistani nationals by the coastal security
forces.

Preliminary investigations had revealed that they were
fishermen but the Coast Guard has still not given them the
clean chit.
In two previous incidents, the ICG apprehended 28
Pakistani men, while in another incident, the Creek Crocodile
Commandos of the Border Security Force (BSF) had apprehended
six men from the Jakhau region near Kutch last week.

PTI



First Published: Friday, December 10, 2010 - 22:21

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