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TN gives Rs 90 lakh financial aid to 18 fishermen

Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 

: The today gave a total financial assistance of Rs 90 lakh to 18 fishermen whose damaged boats, earlier seized by the Sri Lankan navy, became unusable.

The fishermen hailing from various districts of were attacked by Sri Lankan Navy while fishing, a state release said.



It said that the boats, which were in the custody of were released through a series of initiatives taken by late Chief Minister

The had formed teams to repair the 64 boats, which suffered minor damages.

"The had borne the total cost involved to repair the boats. However, 18 boats that were extensively damaged sunk in the Bay of Bengal", it said.

Considering the livelihood of the 18 fishermen who lost their boats, Chief Minister K Palaniswami directed officials to disburse Rs 90 lakh to the families from the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund.

Palaniswami handed over cheques of Rs five lakh each to the families at an event at the Secretariat today, the release added.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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TN gives Rs 90 lakh financial aid to 18 fishermen

: The Tamil Nadu government today gave a total financial assistance of Rs 90 lakh to 18 fishermen whose damaged boats, earlier seized by the Sri Lankan navy, became unusable. The fishermen hailing from various districts of Tamil Nadu were attacked by Sri Lankan Navy while fishing, a state government release said. It said that the boats, which were in the custody of Sri Lanka were released through a series of initiatives taken by late Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. The Tamil Nadu government had formed teams to repair the 64 boats, which suffered minor damages. "The Government had borne the total cost involved to repair the boats. However, 18 boats that were extensively damaged sunk in the Bay of Bengal", it said. Considering the livelihood of the 18 fishermen who lost their boats, Chief Minister K Palaniswami directed officials to disburse Rs 90 lakh to the families from the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund. Palaniswami handed over cheques of Rs five lakh ... : The today gave a total financial assistance of Rs 90 lakh to 18 fishermen whose damaged boats, earlier seized by the Sri Lankan navy, became unusable.

The fishermen hailing from various districts of were attacked by Sri Lankan Navy while fishing, a state release said.

It said that the boats, which were in the custody of were released through a series of initiatives taken by late Chief Minister

The had formed teams to repair the 64 boats, which suffered minor damages.

"The had borne the total cost involved to repair the boats. However, 18 boats that were extensively damaged sunk in the Bay of Bengal", it said.

Considering the livelihood of the 18 fishermen who lost their boats, Chief Minister K Palaniswami directed officials to disburse Rs 90 lakh to the families from the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund.

Palaniswami handed over cheques of Rs five lakh each to the families at an event at the Secretariat today, the release added.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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TN gives Rs 90 lakh financial aid to 18 fishermen

: The today gave a total financial assistance of Rs 90 lakh to 18 fishermen whose damaged boats, earlier seized by the Sri Lankan navy, became unusable.

The fishermen hailing from various districts of were attacked by Sri Lankan Navy while fishing, a state release said.

It said that the boats, which were in the custody of were released through a series of initiatives taken by late Chief Minister

The had formed teams to repair the 64 boats, which suffered minor damages.

"The had borne the total cost involved to repair the boats. However, 18 boats that were extensively damaged sunk in the Bay of Bengal", it said.

Considering the livelihood of the 18 fishermen who lost their boats, Chief Minister K Palaniswami directed officials to disburse Rs 90 lakh to the families from the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund.

Palaniswami handed over cheques of Rs five lakh each to the families at an event at the Secretariat today, the release added.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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