India accuses Pakistan navy of murder following fisherman's death

印度指控巴基斯坦海军的一个警卫部门谋杀, 周六一名 32 岁的渔民在海上死亡后, 沿海古吉拉特邦的印度警方周一告诉美国有线电视新闻网.

The incident occurred on a fishing boat calledJALPARIwhich was allegedly fired upon by Pakistani maritime forces, resulting in the death of Sridhar Chamre, senior police official Sunil Joshi told CNN.
Chamre died as the result of abullet injury,” preliminary post-mortem reports showed, while another fisherman on board sustained a minor injury during the firing, Joshi said.
    There were a total of seven fishermen on board when the gunfire broke out. Indian police in Porbandar, a coastal city to the west of Gujarat, registered the incident Sunday, accusing Pakistani navy commandos of murder under sections of the Indian Arms Act, Joshi said.
      Porbandar police station handled the complaint as it is the only police station in the country authorized to register incidents that take place beyond 12 nautical miles off India’s coastline.
        The Indian government has takenserious note of the incidentand intends to handle the issuediplomaticallywith Pakistan, a source within the Indian Ministry of External Affairs told CNN Monday.
        The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) responded to the incident on Twitter, saying it had no knowledge of the fisherman’s death.
            PMSA is unaware of any incident where someone has been killed or injuredPMSA has no knowledge about the boat JALPARI or its crew,” the agency tweeted Monday.
            CNN has reached out to Pakistan’s Navy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for comment regarding the incident and is yet to receive a response.