PHOTOS: Fire breaks out in Sri Lankan sea, India rushes to help, 10 shocking photos | Fire in singpur mvx press pearl cargo ship sinking in srilanka

PHOTOS: Fire breaks out in Sri Lankan sea, India rushes to help, 10 shocking photos | Fire in singpur mvx press pearl cargo ship sinking in srilanka

Singapore’s MVX-Press Pearl cargo ship caught fire in the sea near the Sri Lankan capital Colombo, causing a major crisis at sea.

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Singapore’s MVX-Press Pearl cargo ship caught fire in the sea near the Sri Lankan capital Colombo, causing a major crisis at sea.

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The explosion on this ship is causing several tons of plastic to accumulate in the sea. The ship’s engine oil spilled into the sea, posing a major threat to marine life.

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Sri Lanka and the Indian Navy have been trying to put out the blaze for several days. However, sea waves and bad weather are hampering fire control.

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The ship is in danger of sinking due to the fire. Efforts are also being made to take the ship to the deep sea before sinking so that engine oil and other chemicals do not enter the coast.

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The Sri Lankan government has also banned fishing in the area. In addition, efforts are being made to move the ship so as not to increase the risk of chemicals in the Bay Area. However, the ship sank on the spot.

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The Singaporean shipping company said it was aware of the leak. So these employees came on the radar. Sri Lankan police have registered a case against him and arrested him. Also thoroughly investigated.

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According to the crew, Qatar and India forbade them to leave the ship after it caught fire. The captain of the ship was then allowed by Sri Lanka to enter its maritime borders. So there is dissatisfaction among Sri Lankan citizens.

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The ship is believed to have caught fire due to a chemical leak in the container. A Sri Lankan court has ordered the ship’s captain and other crew members not to leave the country at present.

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The 186-meter-long cargo ship of X-Press Feeders, the world’s largest feeder operator, was carrying 1,486 containers. It contained 25 tons of nitric acid as well as other chemicals and cosmetics. The ship left the Indian port of Hazira on 15 May 2021.

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India had on May 25 sent ICG Vaibhav, ICG Dornier and Tug Water Lily to help the Sri Lankan navy in fire control. India had also sent its special ship ‘Samudra Prahari’ on May 29 to protect it from the threat of pollution. There were 25 people on board the burning ship. He was rescued on May 21. This includes citizens of India, China, the Philippines and Russia.

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