The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) has arrested fifteen Indian fishermen for violating the Pakistani territorial waters, Radio Pakistan reported on Thursday. According to a PSMA spokesman, three boats of the fishermen were taken into the custody during the action taken by the agency’s personnel patrolling the sea border. In a separate action earlier this week, the PMSA had arrested five Indian fishermen for violating territorial waters and doing illegal fishing. Arrested fishermen were handed over to the Docks Police Station after initial investigation. In August last year, at least nine Pakistani fishermen were taken into custody by Indian Coast Guard after they allegedly crossed over to the Indian territorial waters in the Arabian Sea. Published in Daily Times, January 11th 2019.