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India Releases 10 Pakistani Fishermen, 150 More To Release In Next Few Months

| Updated: November 3, 2021 18:50

The Centre on Tuesday has released ten Pakistan fishermen who were arrested for entering Gujarat illegally. These fishermen all in their 20s were handed over to the Pakistan Rangers by the Border Security Force(BSF) jawans at the Attari-Wagah Border at 2:30 pm.
The arrestees have been identified as Ibrahim Ali, Ali Muhammad, Rustam Ali, Ali Hussan, Shaukat Ali, Ali Azhar and Ali Muhammad.
Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) Arun Pal who was at that time posted at the Attar Border informed the media that these fishermen were allegedly violating the territorial waters from the past 4-5 years ago. And they are being released after completing their sentences in jail.
He said that the fishermen were brought by the Gujarat police to the border and their immigration procedure was completed on the same day. Following which they were handed over to the Pakistani rangers the next day.
India and Pakistan swaps lists of prisoners in each other’s custody twice a year, on January 1 and July 1. Sources informed that on July 1, the Indian government had shared a list of 345 Pakistan prisoners in India. It included 271 civilians and 74 fishermen with the High Commission for Pakistan in New Delhi.
Currently, over 100 Pakistanis are in India because of the pandemic and were allowed to cross over to the country via Wagah border on Tuesday. Within the next few months, 150 more Pakistanis will be repatriated from Indian jails.

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