Is the same tagging and monitoring done for endangered and rare species in india ? I think tagging might help with the fact that fishermen will release such fish when caught(If educated properly or informed through the government)...Is it happening in India ? If no, Why not ?!
and one more thing are their specific laws and regulations regarding their conservation in India ?
I have no clue with the first question, if it is being done or not, however I beg to differ when you say that fisherman will release such fish, plus, when caught in a net a fish eventually dies as it is not left in a position to revive by the time the fisherman come back to raise their nets.... Now even if educated properly and being informed by the government there is over fishing happening in many regions where nets are spread out like spider webs..... I don't know how much education will be enough and how much information would need to be provided. Well there are many reformatory measures in many areas which do try and evolve in India, some come into effect and are still manipulated by the lot of people and some never come into effect, it is but a rare occasion where a reformatory measure which comes into effect is implemented far off from being imbibed into the lot of us.... If no why not? good question..... look around you.....
jokes apart, nice question, if no why not? very frankly, beats me..... I wrote a whole long paragraph but its too much of thought, lets keep it to fishing rather than going towards out government and what its doing...... we will be happier!
laws and regulations! mate they're not really required if people have Morales and scruples..... since people don't they are in place, but then again people don't change.
Sorry but in my humble opinion, not being pessimistic or optimistic but realistic, I cast my vote.