Simply because it continues looking for two lacking fishermen of boat Tiyamol which capsized off Chettuva in inclement climate, the Coast Guard rescued all 5 fishermen from boat Rashidha Mol, which was stranded off Chettuva following engine failure.
The boat had gone out on July 28 from Tanur. A Coast Guard communication stated quick patrol vessel Arnvesh, which was working within the neighborhood, was diverted when the company obtained a message from the Coast Guard police station at Azhikode and it rescued all 5 fishermen on board.
The boat Tiyamol, which ventured out to sea on August 1, capsized off Chettuva and the identical Coast Guard vessel, Arnvesh, commanded by Commandant (JG) Niloy Ghosh, proceeded to the realm to search for the fishermen. Whereas 4 fishers on the vessel have been rescued by native fishing boats, two individuals are nonetheless lacking. An aerial search was launched to search for the lacking fishermen.
The crew of Coast Guard vessel Arnvesh with the rescued fishermen of Rashidha Mol on Tuesday.
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In one other incident, the Coast Guard stated it offered help to fishing boats Vadakkethoppil and John Bernice, which reported engine failure off the Alappuzha coast. Whereas the Coast Guard ship Saksham, an offshore patrol vessel (OPV) commanded by DIG P. Rajesh, rendered them help, the boats’ crew have been unwilling to desert the boats. The Coast Guard stated it was making an attempt to get the boats safely to the shore whilst the ocean stays “very tough”. One other OPV Samar was additionally despatched to the realm to maintain a watch on the developments.