A year on, fishermen of the sunken boat Suvarna Tribhuja still not found


PTI, Dec 13, 2019, 11:23 AM IST

Udupi: On 13 December it will a year since the fishing boat Suvarna Tribhuja left Malpe harbour for the last time. Indian Navy found the sunken boat 33 km off the Malvan coast on May 1, 2018. However, the whereabouts of the seven fishermen onboard still remains a mystery.

The boat had lost contact with the harbour and other fishing boats on 15 December 2018. INS Nireekshak, with MLA Raghupati Bhat on board, started the search operation near the Malvan coast and had found the wreckage a few days later almost 60 metres underwater.

Family members of the seven missing fishermen are still hoping
against all hope to see them again.

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