4660 crore in the fisheries sector, export earnings

In the past fiscal year, more than 201415 tonnes of fish and fish products exported 83 thousand 524, 4 thousand 660 crore income. Currently, 11 percent of the country lives and livelihoods of people directly and indirectly dependent on the fisheries sector. 60 percent of animal protein in the country’s fish supply. Rural employment and poverty reduction in the fisheries sector has a big role. The comprehensive development of the fisheries sector, an increase in the production of rare indigenous species of fish and several types of fish to meet the demand of the public, the government has implemented a master plan of 4 thousand 98 crore. More than 3 million tonnes of fish production due to the implementation of the plan to have increased to around 36 million tonnes. Fish production in the current fiscal year of free water (fresh water) fish amount to 34 percent, 1 percent of the fish, shrimp-crab 10 percent, about 10 percent of marine fish, fish pond, about 35 percent of the wetlands-bamorasaha. There are one hundred and fifty fish processing plant in the country. According to the data, the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock and Fisheries Department said. Sutradbaya has said, Myanmar and maritime boundary dispute with India had 1 lakh 18 thousand 813 square kilometers of the fisheries resource in the area of ​​preservation and retrieval and further expansion of fish farming in the country by the year 2020 it will be possible to meet the needs of the fish. The minimum requirement is 4 million tons of fish. On the other hand, half of the 36 million tonnes of fish production. This year has set a target of 38 million tonnes of fish production in the country. According to the plan in the country by the year 2020 will be about 45 million metric tons of fish production increased. Freshwater fish, as well as the development and preservation of the marine fisheries development, the government has taken various activities. According to sources, the fisheries sector contributes 3 percent of the GDP of agriculture in the GDP is 39 percent and two percent to 60 percent. Permanent and Contract. Chhayedul Haq, proper management of natural water, aquatic biodiversity, eco-friendly and technologically advanced fisheries management and development of fisheries in the country is increasing rapidly. Maritime boundary dispute with India through Myanmar and Bangladesh that has gained ownership of 1 million 18 thousand 813 square kilometers of area, it matsyasampadasaha reservoir of natural resources. Matsyasampadasaha acquired all the assets of the sea in the region seeking to protect the government. Navy and Coast Guard to safeguard and strengthen the government already has provided several vessels and props. More vessels and equipment will be provided soon. The Minister expressed the hope that the region of the acquired assets will contribute to achieving the country’s prosperity. Will contribute to food security, improving nutrition. The minister said, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization of the Bangladesh Inland open water fish production in the world’s fourth and fifth internal pond fisheries production. Bangladesh Marine Fisheries production in the future will take place in the first row. According to the Department of Fisheries has been notified, cirim depletes the modern and scientific. Last year, two million tons of lobster / shrimp is produced, which is about 5 thousand tons more than the previous year. The development and implementation of activities to protect the juvenile Hilsa fish sanctuaries manage to increase production. Those from 1 percent to 99 million tons of production now stands at 3 million 85 thousand tons. Is expected to produce 4 million tonnes this fiscal year will exceed Hilsa. Fish farming was expanded in the dust-Fingerlings demand. 121 meet the needs of the government fish hatchery seed production farms as well as private initiative is being conducted in 854. These farms and the hatchery last year, about 4 million 70 kg of dust-fry were produced. Over the last two years 00 new fish sanctuaries have been established. Currently, there are 566 fish sanctuaries in the country. The source further said to have been a change of policy by the government jalmahal, rivers suitable for the proper management of fish sanctuaries established and placed in sanctuaries, fish food, fish hatchery and fish sanctuaries and the implementation of legislation, flood bhamite fish farming Enhanced, the development of fish resources to take action to strengthen the activities of the internal open water release fish fry production is growing fast. Demonstration farms, farmer training activities to strengthen the Pangasa-where-horn tilapia, silver carp, etc. extension of the fishery, fish and shrimp fisheries sector as a result of adopting cure significantly increase production in the next five years. By the year 2020 as a result of the expansion of fish farming in the 4 million new full-time jobs will be 6 thousand people. The part-time employment to 9 lakh 91 thousand. Will be in the 5-30 per cent of women. 40 lakh 47 thousand hectares of land, 88 per cent of the supply of fish comes from free water. 5 lakh 8 thousand hectares of fish supply comes from internal pond 1 percent. Twenty per cent of the contribution of marine fisheries to fish production. Abhayasrame conservation of endangered fish species and 566 countries around the seed growth. There are 4 points upakaliya fish sanctuaries.