Karachi: A total of 80 Indian fishermen, previously detained in Malir Jail, have been released and will be sent back to India via the Wagah border.
According to a news agency, the 80 Indian fishermen, released from jail, were taken to a high-security cantonment station from where they will be transported to Lahore through the Allama Iqbal Express. From Lahore, they will be repatriated to India through the Wagah border.
As per Saad Edhi from the Edhi Foundation, all travel expenses of the released Indian fishermen from Malir Jail are being covered by the Edhi Foundation. Additionally, they have been provided with necessary funds, clothing, and other essential items.