Missing fishermen’s families sign indemnity bond to avail govt compensation


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Malpe, 15 May: It is learnt that families of the missing fishermen Damodar Saliyan and Chandrashekhar Kotiyan aboard the doomed deep sea trawler Suvarna Tribhuja have signed the indemnity bond to avail the compensation of Rs 10 lakh provided by the state government. Altogether 7 fishermen went missing along with the vessel.

 

Wife Mohini, father Suvarnan Tingalaya and mother Sita Salian of Damdar Salian of Badanidiyur and wife Shyamala and mther of Charashekhar Kotiyan have signed the indemnity bond. The families have not yet been informed of the finding of the wreckage of the boat. Therefore the indemnity bond brought to the house, signed and the sent to the department.

 

Delegation leaves to Delhi tonight

A delegation consisting of the family members of the missing fishermen and peoples representatives under the leadership of the fishermen’s association will be leaving to New Delhi on the night of May 15th. The delegation will be meeting the defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman on May 16th or 17th, will hold discussions with the minister and urge the minister to give justice to the families. They will also request that highest amount of compensation be provided to the affected families, informed Satish Kunder, president of the fishermen’s association.

 

Brother attempts suicide, condition critical

Chandrashekhar (30), brother of one of the missing fishermen Ramesh attempted to commit suicide by consuming poison on learning that the wreckage of the boat had been found. He is currently admitted at a private hospital in Udupi and his condition is critical.

 

He had consumed the poison three days back and turned ill. Since the family was unaware of his act, they presumed he was suffering from jaundice and provided medication for the same. On Monday, when he was being taken for treatment, he revealed to his brother and friends that he had consumed poison. He was immediately admitted to a private hospital in Udupi.

 

He doctors have informed that there is blood ejecting from his nose and mouth and that his organs are stopping to function.

 

Ramesh is one of the 7 children of Shaniyar Moger of Bhatkal and on May 13th, had left on a fishing expedition aboard the doomed vessel Suvarna Tribhuja belonging to Chandrashekar Kotiyan which eventually went missing. This fact caused Ramesh’s brother to fall into depression. But a few days back, he received the information regarding the finding of the wreckage of the vessel which only worsened his condition and he resorted to consuming poison in a bid to commit suicide. Chandrashekhar is a bachelor. One son is missing in the sea while another has attempted suicide and is in a critical condition. This sudden and painful turn of events has only left the elderly parents and family members in a perpetual pool of tears.

 

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