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But before that, fishermen themselves ventured into the sea in search of their colleagues.Fifty-five boats equipped with fuel, food, GPS, life jackets and other gadgets have left the coast at Vizhinjam and Poonthura.
The coast guard, a multi-mission organisation tasked with round-the-year real-life operations at sea, remained frightened by the turbulent sea.He abandoned his official car and further visits to the other areas and left the place in the car of one of his ministerial colleagues.State tourism and cooperation minister Kadakampally Surendran, who is in-charge of the capital district, and fisheries minister Mercykutty Amma were the only two ministers to visit the affected areas till then.But we cannot let them off the hook for their failure to make effective use of the official machinery in rescuing the fishermen who ventured into the sea without knowing what awaited them," said Poonthura St Thomas Church vicar Fr Justin Judin, who is coordinating the local relief efforts.He told that lives of many who perished in the sea could have been saved if the navy, air force and the coast guard were pressed into action immediately after the state government realised that the storm that lashed the coasts was, in fact, a cyclone.Though the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had issued three alerts from 29 November, the government took cognisance of only the third alert at 12 noon on 30 November.
Even after the confirmation, the authorities wasted considerable time in putting their acts together.
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Both of them also faced the fury of the fisherfolk.
While the tourism minister faced flak for his aerial surveillance of the havoc from a helicopter and then posting a selfie on his Facebook page, the fisheries minister invited the wrath of the fisherfolk for undermining their protests.
The chief minister and his colleagues have been claiming that the government was doing everything possible to save the fishermen stranded in the sea. They have enough reasons not to trust the state government, which let down the fishermen by not acting on the weather alerts that they received from the meteorological department and other agencies.