Pakistan will enlist India’s assistance in the hunt for fourteen fishermen: Since the boat sank five days ago, there’s a chance they could make it to the Indian border.

In Pakistan’s Sindh region, a boat carrying 45 fisherman capsized close to Keti Bunder Port. Fourteen fisherman remain unaccounted for, while 31 fishermen were saved. The government of Pakistan would ask India for assistance in its search for them.

Pakistani media outlet ‘The Dawn’ said that Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif had discussed seeking Indian assistance in locating the fishermen.

He stated: “We are concerned that the missing fishermen may have traveled to the boundaries of India as a result of the heavy water flow.” We suggested that the Government of India be consulted regarding these issues. Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif stated that Pakistan will consult with India on this and enlist their assistance.

On March 5, the boat capsized.

According to MP Agha Rafiullah, on March 5, a boat carrying forty-five fisherman sank. Thirty-one fisherman had been spared during the search and rescue mission. However, 14 fisherman are still unaccounted for five days after the incident. They are all citizens of Karachi, which is my constituency. I have communication with his relatives.

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