Demand by Fishermen to be Fulfilled: Traditional Boats will Now Have a Separate Jetty

Demand by Fishermen to be Fulfilled: Traditional Boats will Now Have a Separate Jetty

September 26: There are about 150 traditional fishing crafts in Mangalore which engage in fishing, during 45-day ban on fishing, within a 20-km radius from the shore. The fishermen had been demanding a separate jetty to anchor the traditional crafts since many years.
The proposal for a separate jetty for anchoring traditional boats at bengre has been approved and technical approval is expected to follow soon. The project is being taken up under Fisheries department’s ‘Nabard 24 Project’ and will be implemented by the department of Ports and Inland Water Transport at an estimated cost of Rs 3.37 crore.
The jetty will be located adjacent to the third phase of Mangalore fisheries
harbour. The jetty will have a width of 80 metres and a length of 100 metres.
and as many as 100 traditional crafts can be anchored without any hassle.

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