The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Tuesday said around 68 Indian anglers and 10 boats were arrested from Tamil Nadu by the Sri Lankan specialists between December 18 and 20.
MEA representative Arindam Bagchi said, “We are worried about the detainment of the Indian anglers.”
Authorities from the Consulate General of India, Jaffna, have met the confined anglers and are offering all important help, Bagchi said, adding that this incorporates assist with garments, toiletries, snacks, dry basics and covers, other than working with calls to relatives. The office is additionally organizing lawful portrayal.
Talking around one angler who was incapacitated, Bagchi said the Indian consular official has visited him in emergency clinic to keep an eye on his government assistance.
Our High Commission in Colombo has taken up the issue of early arrival of the Indian anglers and boats with the public authority of Sri Lanka,” he was cited as saying by news office ANI.
Bagchi said outside issues serve S Jaishankar has gotten portrayals on the issue from different ideological groups. “He was additionally approached the matter by the Tamil Nadu boss clergyman. He (Jaishankar) has informed with regards to them the current circumstance and underlined the Government of India’s endeavors to get their initial delivery,” the MEA representative added.