The captain of KAMAL –XL (owned by Jaisu Shipping Co. Pvt. Ltd.) Mr. Mohan Chandran Pillai along with his crew of 35 got stuck off the shores of Kandla port (Gujrat) as the main engines of the ship broke down and dismantled for the repairs. The ship without the engines was insecure as their was no power on board and whether has gone unpredictable which could lead to the sinking of the ship. Moreover the company had discontinued the payment of salaries of the crew which led to chaotic situation. Two of the crew members of the ship had no immigration and customs clearances.
As per the captain the food & water supply on board was low both in quantity and quality. The company office also stopped communications with the ship. The captain and crew also contacted the recruiting agents which are Golden Marine Services Pvt. Ltd., Kalba marine Services Pvt. Ltd.(
The captain and crew contacted the office of Sec. Gen. of Akhil Bharatiya Human Rights Organisation (ABHRO) on 6th April 2013. Upon receiving the complaint ABHRO contacted Ansar Burney Law Firm based in
Keeping this achievement in view the custodian of Dargah Ajmer Sharif; reverend Haji Syed Salman Chisty along with his hosts from ABHRO briefed media about this humanitarian achievement of the activists. Haji Sahib further said that where government authorities get stuck in paper formalities such organisations like ABHRO act without any hesitation any serve humanity without any desire for awards or appreciation. Haji Sahib also promised ABHRO Sec. Gen. to provide full support for humanitarian activities.