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Maharashtra Fisherman Killed in Firing by Pakistan Maritime Security Personnel Off Gujarat Coast, Says Police

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Devbhumi Dwarka, November 7: A fisherman from Maharashtra was killed and a crew member of his boat was injured in firing by the Pakistan Maritime Safety Company (PMSA) personnel close to worldwide maritime boundary line within the Arabian sea off Gujarat coast, a police official stated on Sunday. The incident occurred round 4 pm on Saturday, he stated.

“A fisherman from Thane in Maharashtra, who was on a fishing boat ‘Jalpari,’ was killed after the PMSA personnel opened fireplace on him and different crew members on Saturday night,” Devbhumi Dwarka Superintendent of Police Sunil Joshi stated.

There have been seven crew members on the boat and one among them additionally sustained a minor damage within the firing incident, he stated. The physique of the deceased fisherman, Sridhar Ramesh Chamre (32), was delivered to Okha port on Sunday and an FIR was being registered by the Porbandar Navi Bandar police, which has jurisdiction throughout Gujarat over any incident that happens past 12 nautical miles within the Arabian sea, he added. Delhi: Water Provide Hit in A number of Elements of Nationwide Capital After Ammonia Ranges Rise in Yamuna.

“Chamre was on the fishing boat ‘Jalpari’, which had sailed from Okha on October 25 with seven crew members, 5 of whom from Gujarat and two from Maharashtra,” Joshi stated. Investigation into the incident was underway, he stated.




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Maharashtra Govt Waives Exams Fee of Class 10 and 12 State Board Students Who Lost Parents Due to COVID-19

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Mumbai, December 2: The Maharashtra authorities on Thursday determined to waive the examination payment of Class 10 and 12 state board college students, who’ve misplaced their mother and father resulting from coronavirus an infection. The payment to be waived is for the board exams to be carried out in 2022.

“A small solace from our aspect to the kids who misplaced their mother and father to the pandemic – examination payment for state board exams 2021-22 is being waived off,” state College Schooling Minister Varsha Gaikwad stated. Maharashtra Govt Points Revised Air Journey Tips, Makes Detrimental RT-PCR Take a look at Report Obligatory Just for Non Absolutely Vaccinated Home Passengers.

“We’re conscious that they’ve gone via loads already, however their training should proceed,” she stated.

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