Pakistan on friday released 337 Indian nationals, most of them fishermen. An official of the Home Department of southern Sindh province said 329 prisoners were freed from Malir Jail while eight minors were released from the Youthful Offenders Home in Landhi.
All the prisoners have completed their jail terms. They will be handed over to Indian authorities at the Wagah land border tomorrow.
Most of the Indians are fishermen arrested by the Maritime Security Agency for crossing into Pakistani waters near the disputed Sir Creek.