Indian Navy Violated Pakistani Waters and Abducted Pakistani Fishermen, Boat

Written by  Published by:Pakistan Views Monday, 08 February 2016 12:03

THATTA: Violating Pak­istan’s sea boundaries, an Indian Navy ship entered near the Kajhur Creek along the coastal district of Sujawal in the early hours of Sunday and forcibly took away a Pakistani fishing boat along with 11 fishermen.

Residents of Yousif Katiyar village told media that Al Shehbaz boat owned by one Dilbar Katiyar was in the Kajhur Creek when the Indian ship with a heavy contingent of navy personnel on board got hold of it.

The Indian personnel manhandled the fishermen and took them away along with their boat, the villagers said. Three children were among those taken away, they added. The fishermen were identified as 10-year-old Jamil, 12-year-old Abdul Raz­aque, 13-year-old Mohammad Siddique, Ali Mohammad, Ali Asghar, Abdul Aziz, Abdul Ghafoor, Abu Bakar, Mohammad, Sikandar and Mohammad Murghar.

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