new Delhi: To stop Indian fishermen from crossing the worldwide maritime border in deep sea adjoining Sri Lanka and Pakistan, ISRO has designed a 'gadget' that can detect their boats and warn them by conveying them. Navy officers gave this info to a committee of parliament. The committee had introduced its report in Parliament not too long ago. According to the report, Navy officers informed the Standing Committee on Defense, "Our worldwide delivery border line is with Sri Lanka and Pakistan. All these boats are fitted with Automatic Identification System (AIS), that are boats greater than 20 meters excessive. <! –
However some mischievous folks cross the worldwide delivery border. These are the identical individuals who use boats lower than 20 meters in peak. ''
Officials stated, "Therefore, the Indian Navy has taken a new initiative with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)." It says, 'ISRO has now ready a module underneath which a transponder system has been developed which not solely helps in finding the place and site of these boats, but in addition sends them a message on this regard. is.' Navy officers informed the committee that by this we will additionally give them climate associated messages and so they will also be alerted if there’s a chance of storm.
He added, 'There is one other monitoring facility in it which might be ascertained whether or not they’re crossing the worldwide delivery border or not. If they’re crossing the border then additionally they have the ability to ship messages. According to the report, officers informed the committee, 'It has additionally been examined on 500 fishermen's boats in Gujarat and Tamil Nadu. He has been profitable. Now the remainder can even be introduced underneath its purview. Significantly, there are about 2,46,000 boats in our nation that are lower than 20 meters excessive.
According to the report of the Standing Committee on Defense introduced within the Lok Sabha final week, the committee wished to know in regards to the steps taken for the safety of fishermen within the Indian waters. Navy representatives additionally informed the committee that the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard are patrolling all these worldwide borders with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan to forestall these fishermen from crossing the border. We have contact with the Coast Guard of Pakistan and Bangladesh on hotline.