Sri Lanka Navy released 80 Indian fishermen

Vastavam web: Sri Lanka has released 80 Indian fishermen who were arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy for allegedly fishing illegally in the island nation’s territorial waters, according to a media report.Four of them were rescued by the Sri Lankan Navy when they were drowning in northern seas on August 31 while the others have been arrested for trespassing into the Sri Lankan territorial waters and engaging in illegal fishing activities, The Colombo Page reported.The repatriated Indian fishermen were handed over to the Indian Coast Guard Ship ‘Sarang’ at the International Maritime Boundary Line north of Kankasanthurai, the report said.