Two other anglers from the vessel were protected alive and sent to the Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital, police said.
They were altogether pulled from the Sea-Gull Point shoreline around 8am on Wednesday, said Cox’s Bazar Sadar Police Inspector Mohammad Khairuzzaman.
Six others are purportedly absent after the occurrence. The survivors were distinguished as Mohammad Russel and Mohammad Jewel. In any case, the losses couldn’t be recognized right away.
Refering to the records of the safeguarded anglers, police said the trawler was possessed by one ‘Mintu’ of Bhola’s Char Fasson territory.
The trawler was gotten in unpleasant oceans during an angling trip before being cleared towards the Cox’s Bazar shore by the flow.
Local people educated police regarding a submerged trawler off the shoreline of Cox’s Bazar close to the Sea-Gull Point, said Inspector Khairuzzaman.
Police in this manner recouped six bodies with the assistance of the lifeguard specialists and nearby anglers from the territory.
“The survivors are in unstable state. They said there were an all out 14 individuals on board the trawler. Six others are as yet absent.”
An inquiry task is being done in the zone to find the missing anglers, said Inspector Khairuzzaman.
The groups of the dead anglers have been sent to the Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital’s mortuary for examination.