TN fishermen demands decrease in diesel prices to meet COVID challenges

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Published on August 2, 2020 - Duration: 01:11s

TN fishermen demands decrease in diesel prices to meet COVID challenges

Amid coronavirus induced lockdown, industries across country are facing hardships.

Among this, the fishery industry suffered a major blow due to the pandemic.

In context to this, fishermen association in Tamil Nadu's Rameswaram held an executive meeting.

The association demanded the centre and state government to reduce prices of diesel to meet COVID challenges.

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