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Wreckage to be identified soon


Mangaluru: The three-dimensional (3D) mapping of a wreckage found beneath the ocean close to Malwan close to Maharashtra is beneath approach, and a clear picture of the same will emerge in a day or two, if it is of the lacking Suvarna Tribhuja boat or no longer.

The Navy, Coast Guard, Coastal Police and others, who are looking for the Suvarna Tribhuja, had stumbled upon a 23-metre-long break beneath the ocean. With no leap forward going down in the search even after a month, the Indian Navy used sonar to search out the lacking boat. During the hunt, it has came throughout debris beneath the deep sea, which is round 23 metres lengthy, which just about resembles the lacking Suvarna Tribhuja boat. “A unique Navy ship from Goa has nearly completed 3D mapping of the debris and it's going to give a clear in a single or two days,” said, a highly-placed supply.


The individuals who went lacking on December 13, 2018, are boat owner Chandrasekar Kotian, 42, a resident of Badanidiyooru, his neighbour Damodar Salian, 40 ; Laxman, 45, Satish, 35, citizens of Kumta in Uttara Kannada; Harish, 23, Ramesh, 30, citizens of Bhatkal and Ravi Mankey,27, from Honnavar.


The households of the seven lacking fishermen are anxious about what happened to their family members.




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