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Bangladeshi pirates kill 4 Indian fishermen

KAKDWIP: Two groups of Bangladeshi pirates on Friday night killed four Indian fishermen, injured eight others and hijacked a trawler carrying twelve fishermen in the Bay of Bengal, police said

Published: 28th January 2012 10:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:23 PM   |  A+A-

KAKDWIP: Two groups of Bangladeshi pirates on Friday night killed four Indian fishermen, injured eight others and hijacked a trawler carrying twelve fishermen in the Bay of Bengal, police said.

One group of pirates fired at the fishermen travelling in 'Maa Basanti' trawler at Kendua in the bay resulting in four of them being killed, Rahul Majumdar, SDO at Kakdwip, said, adding eight others were injured.

In the meantime, another group of pirates hijacked 'Tara' trawler carrying twelve fishermen and sailed away to the Bangladeshi side, he said.

Two groups of Bangladeshi pirates on Friday killed 4Indian fishermen, injured 8 others and hijacked a trawler carrying 12 fishermen.

Bangladeshi pirates kill 4 Indian fishermen, kidnap 12

As soon as another group of fishermen who were nearby heard about the firing incident, they confronted the pirates and managed to catch eight of them.

The fishermen are now bringing the captured pirates and the injured men to Kakdwip, the officer said.



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