KARACHI: Pakistan on Sunday released 100 Indian fishermen as a gesture of goodwill.

As per details, all the 100 Indian fishermen detained by Pakistan Navy for violating sea frontiers of the country were sent to Lahore from Karachis Cantt Station today afternoon.

All the released fishermen will be handed over to Indian authorities via Wagah border tomorrow.

According to sources, the Edhi foundation will bear the travel expenses of the released Indian fishermen.

Earlier on April 7, Pakistan released as much as 100 Indian fishermen as a gesture of goodwill.

Despite Indian aggression, Pakistan has announced to release as much as 360 Indian fishermen. This was the second batch of the Indian fishermen that were supposed to be released by Pakistan as a gesture of goodwill.

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