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Indian Coast Guard apprehends Pakistani boat with 10 men off Gujarat’s coast

By Saima Siddiqui 
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Indian Coast Guard apprehends Pakistani boat with 10 men off Gujarat’s coast

New Delhi: A Pakistani boat ‘Yaseen’ with 10 crew members was apprehended by the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) as it had reportedly entered six-seven miles in the Indian waters off Gujarat’s coast. The boat was being brought to Porbandar for further interrogation, a defence statement said.

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A Pakistani boat with 10 crew members was apprehended by the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) as it had entered six-seven miles in the Indian waters off Gujarat’s coast. The boat was being brought to Porbandar for further interrogation, a defence statement said.

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The ICG recovered 2,000kg of fish and 600 litres of fuel from the ship whose crew did not have any document, the report added.

On September 15 last year, the ICG had in a similar operation caught a Pakistani boat with 12 crew members in the Indian waters off the Gujarat coast. There has also been a rise in cases of such boats being used to smuggle drugs through the state coast.

On December 20 last year, a Pakistani fishing boat with six crew members and carrying 77 kg of heroin worth around ₹400 crore was apprehended in the Indian waters off the Gujarat coast by the ICG in a joint operation with the state anti-terrorist squad.

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