Twenty Indian fishermen handed over to India as a goodwill gesture

Pakistani authorities have handed over at least twenty Indian fishermen to the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) at Wahga border crossing on Monday.

According to the details, the twenty fishermen had been released from the Karachi Jail on Sunday as a goodwill gesture, the spokesperson of Pakistan Rangers said.

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The spokesperson further added that these fishermen were detained on different occasions when they entered Pakistan after violating the maritime boundary of Pakistan.

It is pertinent to mention here that Edhi Foundation Lahore served these fishermen with food, cold drinks, and juicing when they arrived at the Railway Station Lahore from Karachi through a train.

On the directions of the son of Abdul Sattar Edhi Faisal Edhi, the Edhi Foundation Lahore had also given several gifts to the Indian fishermen who were supposed to leave the country.

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