India hands over 13 prisoners including two sisters to Pakistan

LAHORE: Indian on Thursday repatriated 13 Pakistani prisoners including two sisters to Pakistan by the use of Wagah Attari border.

The prisoners come with 4 civilians and 9 fishermen.

The two ladies Mumtaz and Fatima have been apprehended on fees of drug trafficking after travelling to India by the use of the Samjhauta Express in 2006. Fatima’s 10-year-old daughter Hina used to be born in captivity as Fatima used to be pregnant on the time of her arrest.

Indian police passed the prisoners over to the Pakistan Rangers at Wagah border.

These prisoners have been lodged in more than a few Indian jails and transit camps.

Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi labored intently with the Indian Authorities for the discharge and repatriation of those prisoners.

Last month 68 Indian fishermen have been launched from Karachi’s Malir prison.

Pakistan freed dozens of Indian fishermen at first of the yr as smartly whilst India reciprocated the transfer freeing 39 Pakistani prisoners in March.

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