22 released fishermen handed over to Coast Guard at IMBL

Twenty-two fishermen released by Sri Lanka were today handed over to the Indian Coast Guard at a designated position at the International Maritime Boundary Line, the Coast Guard said.

Mandapam: Twenty-two fishermen released by Sri Lanka were today handed over to the Indian Coast Guard at a designated position at the International Maritime Boundary Line, the Coast Guard said.

A Coast Guard Air Cushion Vessel and Interceptor Boat took over the 22 Rameshwaram based fishermen from a Sri Lankan Naval ship at the IMBL this afternoon and brought them to Mandapam for handing over formalities, a Coast Guard press release said.

The fishermen, who were released by courts in Sri Lanka were later handed over to representatives of the Fisheries department, the release said.

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