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karachi: the fishermen have rejected the sindh fisheries and aquaculture bill, 2015 during a provincial dialogue on fisheries policy and fisheries related legislation in sindh organised by the pakistan fisherfolk forum (pff).
the fishermen’s representatives argued that the bill would bring the controversial fishing contract system back to the province’s inland and marine waters and deprive small fishermen of their livelihoods.
highlighting their concerns, the speakers regretted that an attempt was being made to re-introduce the controversial contract system that was abolished after a long struggle in 2011 through an amendment to the fisheries ordinance of 1980.
“the proposed bill that would replace all previous legislations and is presently with the law department for vetting is in contrast to fishermen’s fundamental rights. we hope that the government would consider our demand and drop the clauses in the proposed draft that speak about the lease fishing system,” said mustafa gurgaze of the pff.
according to him, the proposed bill is not in accordance with the international labour organization convention on fisheries and makes no mention of important issues like climate change and disaster risk reduction.
minister of fisheries and livestock jam khan shoro, director inland fisheries khawar pervaiz awan, haji shafi jamote, zulfiqar ali shah representing the pakistan institute of labour education and research also spoke on the occasion.
written by naeem khan
catching and landing of wet fishes and processing of fishmeal have been stooped in the result of a strike which is being observed under protest against sindh government fisheries & live stock department for undeclared period. it was decided in a joint meeting of fishermen & fishmeal manufacturers/ exporters which was held at ibrahim haidri goth karachi yesterday against illegal raids over the fishmeal factories/ plants and to seal them by govt: of sindh fisheries & live stock department. it was discussed that despite of restricted through stay orders by honorable sindh high court karachi, some officers of sindh govt: have been harassing fishmeal factories/ plants owners and workers not to process fishmeal alleging that it contains prohibited fish species catches through illegal fishing nets.
fishmeal is produced automatically or manually from different wild-caught wet/ dried marine fish species which have low weight and reduced size and they ever remains naturally in their original low live weight from 5 mg to 200 mg similarly reduced size from 2 inches to 6 inches. the said wild-caught small marine fish contain a high percentage of bones and oil, and is usually deemed not suitable for direct human consumption in pakistan and worldwide. the fish caught for fishmeal purposes solely are termed industrial. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/fish_meal]. hence, there is no question of alleged illegal fishing nets and so-called prohibited fish species arose in the recent issue malafidely raised by govt: of sindh fisheries & live stock department.