Ullal: Fishermen stranded at sea after technical glitch, rescued


Team Udayavani, Jul 13, 2020, 10:15 AM IST

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Ullal: The fishermen who had ventured in the sea were straded at the sea following a technical glitch on their way back to the shore.

The fishermen of the area had ventured into the sear two days ago on a boat owned by a man from Ullal Kodi. Due to a technical glitch, they were stranded in the sea while they were returning back.

However, today (Monday, July 13) another boat from Mnajeshwar ventured into the sea and after repairing the stranded fishermen and the boat was brought back to the shore.

Ullal police too helped in the rescue operation.

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