Two-month fishing ban in Mangaluru, Udupi to come into force from June 1


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, May 20: As per the orders of the union department of agriculture, animal husbandry and fisheries, uniform ban on fishing activity will come into force from June 1 onwards. The ban will be uniformly applicable in states located on the west coast. The ban is applicable for a stretch between 12 to 200 nautical miles of special economic zones of these states. It will be in force from June 1 to July 31.

Under the Karnataka Marine Fishing (Regulation) Act, an order has been issued placing blanket ban on fishing activity in Udupi district from June 1 to July 31. As per the order, undertaking fishing by using any nets or other equipment by using mechanized boats and traditional boats using in-board or outboard engines of above ten horse power has been banned.

Fishing boats which violate these orders and the fishermen concerned face the risk of being punished as per Marine Fishing Act 1986 besides losing diesel subsidy for a period of one year. This order, issued in the interests of all the fishermen in coastal area, have to be followed by all the fishermen, a release from the office of the district fisheries deputy director stated.

 

 

  

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  • Vishnu, Belgaum

    Wed, May 20 2020

    Yes Kalim. Due to lock down Petha Kalver inactive in many places due to Nakabandhi. For the reason price of fish n chicken are high. Anyhow flow along stride for time-being. beech beech pe haree sabhijaa bhi kaya karo.

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  • Lawrence Lobo, Mangalore

    Wed, May 20 2020

    District administration must allow other states vehicles. In D.K only lobby is going on. All vote bank.

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  • Vishnu, Belgaum

    Wed, May 20 2020

    In coming days..can we expect price of fishes less..!! May be now lot of fishes in sea...there population multiplied automatically after lockdown. Enjoyed much now ready to decorate in various dishes.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Wed, May 20 2020

    Years of reckless overfishing will require years of lockdown to recover.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Wed, May 20 2020

    Lock down increased population in the sea also and on the land as well.... Like everything fish rates also will go high...Reason is simple... Due to lockdown loss loss loss... So don't decorate your plates for time being.... got it all rounder?? Pan shops are opened? Eat one... 😆😆😆

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  • Mac, Mangalore

    Wed, May 20 2020

    Fish Reproduction seasonal in mansoon not depend on lockdown..

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  • Kalim, Udupi

    Wed, May 20 2020

    General public are going to suffer for lack of fish in addition to expensive chicken

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