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20 Indian fishermen released from jail by Pakistan, will return home from Bagha border


Pakistan released 20 Indian fishermen: 20 Indian fishermen have been released from Pakistan’s jail, which Pakistan will hand over to India on the Bagha border today. All the released fishermen were kept from the Landhi Jail in Pakistan, from where they have now been released. A senior official gave this information. The official said on Saturday that all the released fishermen will be sent to the Bagha border on Sunday and will be handed over to the Indian administration here.

All these 20 fishermen returning to India are residents of Gujarat. He is among the 350 Indians in Pakistan’s jail who have completed their jail term. All these 350 fishermen will be released from Pakistan in separate batches and sent to India. 20 fishermen are returning to India on Sunday. Edhi Trust Foundation, a non-profit organization, has made arrangements to transport all these 20 Indian fishermen to the Bagha border. Faizal Edhi, a member of the organization, said that ‘the fishermen will be sent to the Bagha border by bus. They will also be given gifts and some cash. Let us tell you that the jail in which all these Landhis were lodged is in Karachi.

All of them were arrested by Pakistan’s Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) for allegedly crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) of the Arabian Sea off the Kutch coast and entering Pakistan’s territory. About 600 such fishermen are imprisoned in Pakistan jail. Edhi Trust Foundation has told that about 600 Indian fishermen are currently imprisoned in Pakistan’s jail. Faisal claims that dozens of poor Indian fishermen are lodged in the Landh and Malir jails. Last year also, the government of Pakistan had released many Indian fishermen.

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