IN PHOTOS | One-day bandh at Vizag Fishing Harbour as fisherfolk seek Scheduled Tribe status

Published: 05th February 2018 08:55 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th February 2018 03:20 PM  

Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where fish, prawn and other marine produce worth around Rs 1.5 crore was held back from being taken to the markets. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour in which nearly 4,000 fishermen took part. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where fish, prawn and other marine produce worth around Rs 1.5 crore was held back from being taken to the markets. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour in which nearly 4,000 fishermen took part. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where around Rs 1.5 crore worth fish, prawn and other marine produce was halted. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour with nearly 4,000 fishermen. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where fish, prawn and other marine produce worth around Rs 1.5 crore was held back from being taken to the markets. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour in which nearly 4,000 fishermen took part. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where fish, prawn and other marine produce worth around Rs 1.5 crore was held back from being taken to the markets. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour in which nearly 4,000 fishermen took part. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where fish, prawn and other marine produce worth around Rs 1.5 crore was held back from being taken to the markets. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour in which nearly 4,000 fishermen took part. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where fish, prawn and other marine produce worth around Rs 1.5 crore was held back from being taken to the markets. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour in which nearly 4,000 fishermen took part. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
Fishermen in Vizag called for a one-day fishing harbour bandh on Monday as part of a 56-day demonstration seeking ST (Scheduled Tribe) status for them. All members from the total 24 registered fishermen societies took part in the bandh where fish, prawn and other marine produce worth around Rs 1.5 crore was held back from being taken to the markets. Community leaders also organised a massive protest meeting at the harbour in which nearly 4,000 fishermen took part. (Express Photo | Ravuri)
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