Demands of Karachi fishermen accepted, resumption of ships at Karachi port

The demands of the fishermen were accepted in the important meeting of the concerned bodies with the 10-member committee of fishermen of Karachi after which the fishermen have ended the protest which has been going on for two days now. An important meeting of the concerned agencies was held with the 10-member committee in which the demands of the fishermen were accepted. The meeting was attended by Director General Maritime Security Agency, KDG Pakistan Coast Guards, Chairman Karachi Port Trust (KPT), Federal Adviser on Maritime Affairs Ali Zaidi, Fishermen Co-operative Society Administrator Shahid Bhatti, Sindh Trawler Association, Factory Owners Association Representatives of Asia and other organizations were present.

According to sources, the main demand of the fishermen was accepted according to which the Maritime Security Agency will not take any action against the fishermen after 12 nautical miles from the beach and the fishermen will have complete freedom to work.

According to sources, after accepting the demands, work has been started on Karachi Fisherman’s Operative Society.

Fishermen have removed the launches and opened the channel, after which the movement of ships at Karachi port has also been restored.

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