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61-Day Annual Fishing Ban in Tamil Nadu From Today

  • These boats are secured at the harbor.
  • Be that as it may, there is no prohibition on nearby anglers fishing utilizing nation boats, Kettuvallams, and Kattumaram.
  • The state government had given a measure of Rs 6,000 to each angler’s family during this boycott period.

The yearly 61-day fishing restriction on the eastern shore of Tamil Nadu will start on April 15 and will stretch out till June 14. The restriction will be compelling from Sunday at noon.

The fishing boycott is forced to save the fishing assets. During this boycott, large motorized boats, including barges, are not permitted to fish.

Annual Fishing Ban in Tamil Nadu

While addressing IANS, Antony Fernandes, an anglers chief from Kasimedu, said: “Last year, the public authority gave Rs 6,000 for each family during this boycott period, and this year, we are expecting the give add up to be raised to Rs 8,000.”

On top days, the Kasimedu fishing harbor in Chennai gets around 300 tons of fish every day, while on different days, it is around 200 tons.

With the yearly boycott as a result, there will be an intense lack of fish on the lookout, prompting an expansion in costs.

The DMK vowed to build the sponsorship to add up to Rs 8,000 however just Rs 1,000 has been expanded as of late. Leader of Indian angler affiliation, Kasimedu Fishing Harbor MD Dhayalan says the public authority ought to comprehend that Rs 6,000 won’t be adequate to pursue a family particularly a flood in the course of fundamental wares.

He likewise called attention to that April-May is additionally the ideal opportunity for paying school expenses.

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