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Fishing banned along Karnataka coast from June1st to July 30th


Team Udayavani, May 25, 2018, 12:21 PM IST

Mangaluru: A notification under the Karnataka Marine Fishing (Regulation) Act 1986 has been issued, barring fishing activity during the rainy season subject to which fishing has been banned for a period of two months from June 1st to July 31st along Karnataka coast. The district administration has asked all the fishermen to strictly comply with the ban order.

Since there exists an inclement weather, several mechanized boats are reaching the shore and getting moored before the beginning of the ban period.

The order bars fishing through mechanized boats and traditional boats using inboard or outboard engines of over ten HP by using any kind of nets or other equipment. However, traditional and country boats, which use engines of less than ten HP capacity can undertake fishing.

Fishermen and fishing boats found violating the fishing ban order will incur punishment and fine as per the act. They will lose their benefit of subsidy for purchase of diesel for a period of one year.

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