- Although fishermen were banned from plowing the sea, they ventured!
- Fishing boats collided with each other due to the current in the sea
- According to the collector, 6 to 8 fishermen are missing at sea
- 4 fishermen have been rescued, Coast Guard has been notified
The fisherman, on the other hand, is being told by the protagonist that the fishermen did not go out to sea for fishing. The boat was badly damaged. Attempts by Coastguard helicopters to search for the fishermen are also being diverted to Diu, the fishermen said.
Fishermen are still being instructed not to plow the seas due to the low depression in the sea, with drums being played by the local authorities. The incident took place between 12 noon and 1 pm last night, Gir Somnath Collector Rajdeep Singh Gohil told local media. The fishermen’s boat was damaged when it collided with another boat due to stormy waves. Four people have been rescued and six to eight are missing and the Coast Guard has been instructed to search for them.
Apart from this, rescue operations have also been carried out by the local police.
129 talukas have received non-seasonal rainfall after the reversal in the state’s weather. The highest rainfall of 6 inches was recorded in Umarpada of Surat, while more than 1 inch of rain was recorded in 38 talukas in 24 hours.
The weather in Ahmedabad has become colder with rain at night. The condition of the people has become dire due to heavy rains. Among these, farmers are concerned about damage to standing crops and weaved crops.
Rain is forecast in Sabarkantha, Gandhinagar, Aravalli, Kheda, Ahmedabad, Anand, Panchmahal, Dahod, Mahisagar, Sabarkantha, Bhavnagar, Botad, Amreli, Gir Somnath and Diu.