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Pakistan made a mistake by shooting an Indian fisherman, now India will take this action

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Pakistani Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) personnel fired at an Indian boat near the International Maritime Border in the Arabian Sea off the Gujarat coast, killing one fisherman from Maharashtra and injuring another. Now India has taken this matter seriously. India will take up the matter of death of Indian fisherman by Pakistani jawan at diplomatic level with Pakistan and register its protest.

Sources said that the matter is being investigated and more details will be given in the coming time. On Saturday, a fisherman from Maharashtra was killed and another of his associate was injured in firing by Pakistan’s Maritime Border Protection Agency in the Arabian Sea along the coast of Gujarat, near the International Maritime Border. A police official said on Sunday that the incident took place near the International Maritime Boundary Line at around 4 pm on Saturday.

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The name of the fisherman killed in this incident is Sridhar Ramesh. His body was brought to Okha port on Sunday and an FIR has been registered by the Porbandar Navi Bandar police. The injured fisherman is being treated at a hospital in Okha, Gujarat. According to reports, Ramesh had gone fishing on October 25 along with seven other members on the fishing boat Siren. Five of the seven people on the boat were from Gujarat and two from Maharashtra.

The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) said in a statement that police officers are currently investigating the incident and joint interrogation of the crew members is being conducted. Information can be shared only after the facts come out in the investigation. It is being told that the boat was registered at Veraval in Gir Somnath district of Gujarat. Meanwhile, after receiving the news of Chamre’s death, a wave of mourning spread in his native village Vadrai in Palghar district of Maharashtra. According to the yacht’s owner Jayantibhai Rathod, Chamre was in the cabin of the boat when he was shot.

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