“We are pooling money from within ourselves and buying groceries since Sunday. We are cooking in our fishing boats,” Anand, one of the stranded fishermen, told Mirror over phone.
Naidu tweeted that Yediyurappa had given him a positive response. He also said his party leaders were talking to the Andhra Pradesh government officials for bringing the fishermen back to the state.
Spoke with Hon’ble CM Sri BS Yediyurappa about the 300 fishermen from Srikakulam dist stranded on the coast of Malp… https://t.co/wykdEKthO6
— N Chandrababu Naidu #StayHomeSaveLives (@ncbn) 1588760662000
According to Anand, 56 of the stranded fishermen are from East Godavari district and the rest from Srikakulam district. They all went to Udupi seven months ago for fishing. By the time they were planning to return, the lockdown came into force.
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