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Lankan court extends remand of 11 TN fishermen

Press Trust of India  |  Rameswaram (TN) 

A Sri Lankan today extended till December 9, the remand of 11 fishermen, arrested for allegedly fishing in the island nation's territorial waters.

The Oorkavalthurai in Sri Lanka, extended the judicial custody of the fishermen till December 9, Rameswaram Fishermen's Association President P Sesuraja said.



The 11 fishermen from this island town were arrested on November 18, by the Sri Lankan Navy, while they were fishing near Neduntheevu and lodged in Yalpanam prison there, he said.

The naval personnel had also taken away their two mechanised boats, he added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Lankan court extends remand of 11 TN fishermen

A Sri Lankan court today extended till December 9, the remand of 11 Tamil Nadu fishermen, arrested for allegedly fishing in the island nation's territorial waters. The Oorkavalthurai court in Sri Lanka, extended the judicial custody of the fishermen till December 9, Rameswaram Fishermen's Association President P Sesuraja said. The 11 fishermen from this island town were arrested on November 18, by the Sri Lankan Navy, while they were fishing near Neduntheevu and lodged in Yalpanam prison there, he said. The naval personnel had also taken away their two mechanised boats, he added. A Sri Lankan today extended till December 9, the remand of 11 fishermen, arrested for allegedly fishing in the island nation's territorial waters.

The Oorkavalthurai in Sri Lanka, extended the judicial custody of the fishermen till December 9, Rameswaram Fishermen's Association President P Sesuraja said.

The 11 fishermen from this island town were arrested on November 18, by the Sri Lankan Navy, while they were fishing near Neduntheevu and lodged in Yalpanam prison there, he said.

The naval personnel had also taken away their two mechanised boats, he added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Lankan court extends remand of 11 TN fishermen

A Sri Lankan today extended till December 9, the remand of 11 fishermen, arrested for allegedly fishing in the island nation's territorial waters.

The Oorkavalthurai in Sri Lanka, extended the judicial custody of the fishermen till December 9, Rameswaram Fishermen's Association President P Sesuraja said.

The 11 fishermen from this island town were arrested on November 18, by the Sri Lankan Navy, while they were fishing near Neduntheevu and lodged in Yalpanam prison there, he said.

The naval personnel had also taken away their two mechanised boats, he added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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