Last Updated: December 11, 2023, 22:40 IST
Earlier, Chief Minister MK Stalin moved a resolution to take up for reconsideration, the 10 bills passed earlier by the House and returned by Ravi (File Photo)
Stalin pointed out that the attacks on the fishermen have been on the rise of late and have had serious repercussions on the lives and safety of the Indian fishermen
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin on Monday urged the Centre to ensure the early repatriation of the Indian fishermen arrested in Sri Lanka recently. He pointed out that the attacks on the fishermen have been on the rise of late and have had serious repercussions on the lives and safety of the Indian fishermen.
“Therefore, I request you to direct the Indian mission in Sri Lanka to initiate urgent measures to repatriate the apprehended fishermen and their boats,” the Chief Minister said in a letter addressed to Union External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.
As many as 12 fishermen who set out for fishing from Nagapattinam harbour and 13 others who went fishing from Karaikal were apprehended by the Sri Lankan Navy on December 9.
Another fishing boat was damaged by the patrol vessel of the Sri Lankan Navy, he said in the letter.