The Pakistan Maritime Safety Company has arrested 34 Indian fishermen for allegedly straying into the nation’s territorial waters, officers stated.
A maritime safety spokesman stated the arrests had been made on Tuesday, throughout which six boats had been additionally seized.
The fishermen have been handed over to the native dock police, the spokesman stated. “They are going to seem earlier than a judicial Justice of the Peace, who will resolve on their judicial remand,” he stated.
That is the primary time since January that the maritime safety company has arrested Indian fishermen.
In January, 5 Gujarati boatmen had been arrested and jailed.
Final month, the Pakistan authorities had launched greater than 250 Indian fishermen from the Landhi and Malir jails in Karachi.
The fishermen had been launched in three phases. The Pakistan International Ministry had earlier introduced 360 Indian fishermen could be launched in 4 separate batches in April as a goodwill gesture.
Indian and Pakistani fishermen typically get arrested in international waters as a consequence of lack of expertise and vague maritime boundaries.