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    Navy hunts for two more pirate ships - The Times of India

    Defence personnel have learnt from the 20 fishermen rescued from Somali pirates on January 28 that four fishing trawlers in all had been hijacked by pirates. While the Navy discovered that two of these trawlers were being used by the pirates as mother ships, it is now hunting for the other two trawlers.

    The Navy sank Prantalay-11 on January 28 and captured Prantalay-14 on February 6. It is now hunting for Prantalay-12 and Prantalay-13.

    The 20 fishermen were brought to Mumbai on Sunday, while the 15 pirates who held them captive were produced in court on Monday. The 24 fishermen rescued on February 6 are expected to reach Mumbai on Wednesday along with the 28 captured pirates. The captive fishermen had been assigned jobs by the pirates aboard the trawlers.

    Defence sources said Western Naval Command warships are searching for two pirate-commandeered trawlers. "The two fishing trawlers that are still at large may be on a mission to hijack merchant vessels. Their attempts have to be thwarted soon," said Indian defence assistant PRO Narendra Vispute. He said the pirates hijacked four vessels on April 2010. "They used the trawlers as mother ships to hijack merchant vessels," he said.

    Navy officials in Kochi took the statements of the 20 fishermen on January 28, after which they were handed over to the Yellow Gate police in Mumbai. "Interestingly, no arms or weapons were seized from the 43 arrested pirates. Their tactic is to throw weapons into the sea when they surrender," Vispute said.

    Meanwhile, the Mumbai police said they have the space to keep the pirates in a police lock-up or jail. No country is claiming the pirates as they have no documents. The 15 pirates arrested on January 28 were sent to After Barrack, a special cell at Arthur Road jail, on Monday. "Every day over 50 inmates are kept at After Barrack after being brought from the court late in the evening. The pirates will be shifted to a proper barrack on Tuesday," said Ramesh Dhamne, Arthur Road jail superintendent.

    The Yellow Gate police said they have five lock-ups inside the police station to accommodate the 28 pirates who will arrive on Wednesday.

    Dhamne said there are around 1,800 inmates at the jail. Earlier, there were around 3,000, but more than 1,100 inmates were shifted to the newly constructed Taloja jail. The official capacity of Arthur Road jail is 804. Mumbai police commissioner Sanjeev Dayal said, "There is no space crunch in the jails. The pirates will be kept in police lock-ups and when the court remands them to custody, arrangements will be made in jail."

    Meanwhile, the 20 rescued fishermen will be kept at the Yellow Gate police station. Investigators are speeding up the process of taking their statements. "These fishermen are prime witnesses in anti-piracy operations. Arrangements will be made at the earliest to send them home," said deputy commissioner of police (Ports) Quaiser Khalid.

    Thai and Myanmarese representatives were present to aid the fishermen. The owner of the Prantalay-11 also reached Mumbai on Monday. "The owner of the Prantalay vessels said he had rented the trawlers to fishermen at Zigoti, Uganda when they were hijacked by pirates who demanded ransom for their release," Khalid said. Songsang Patavanich, director of P T Interfishery Limited, which owns the Prantalay trawlers, was at the Yellow Gate police station on Monday to check on the crew members. .

    Khalid said there were 27 fishermen in all on the Prantalay-14. "According to the owner of the trawlers, five fishermen died of various diseases, while two drowned on January 28 during the navy's rescue operations," Khalid said.
     
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    Real estate business is the fastest going business in India. Delhi National Capital Region (NCR) is the costliest. lol
     
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