The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Tuesday said around 68 Indian fishermen and 10 boats were captured from Tamil Nadu by the Sri Lankan experts between December 18 and 20.
MEA agent Arindam Bagchi said, “We are stressed over the confinement of the Indian fishers.”
Specialists from the Consulate General of India, Jaffna, have met the restricted fishers and are offering exceptionally significant assistance, Bagchi said, adding that this fuses help with pieces of clothing, toiletries, snacks, dry essentials and covers, other than working with calls to family members. The workplace is furthermore arranging legitimate depiction.
Talking around one fisher who was crippled, Bagchi said the Indian consular authority has visited him in crisis facility to watch out for his administration help.
Our High Commission in Colombo has taken up the issue of unexpected appearance of the Indian fishers and boats with the public power of Sri Lanka,” he was refered to as saying by news office ANI.
Bagchi said outside issues serve S Jaishankar has gotten depictions on the issue from various philosophical gatherings. “He was furthermore moved toward the matter by the Tamil Nadu supervisor priest. He (Jaishankar) has informed with respect to them the current situation and underlined the Government of India’s undertakings to get their underlying conveyance,” the MEA delegate added.