The cargo ship, which was on its way from Indonesia's Tutung to Dahej in Gujarat, had a 30-member crew of Indonesian, Jordanian and Romanian nationalities. All of them were rescued by defence personnel before it sank on Thursday.
On Friday, an FIR was registered against the owner, captain and crew members of the vessel and a probe was ordered into the cause of the incident.
Coast Guard sources said they could see oil layers around the place where the 225 metre-long vessel, which contained about 290 tonnes of fuel oil and 50 tonnes of diesel, sank. But they described it as "negligible" and said it will not create any ecological problems. (With PTI Inputs)
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