Pakistan releases 48 Indian fishermen from Malir jail
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Pakistan releases 48 Indian fishermen from Malir jail

Karāchi : Pakistan | Sep 10, 2012 at 1:51 AM PDT
Source: DAWN
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The Government of Pakistan (GoP) had ordered release of the 48 prisoners out of 80 Indian inmates, as a good will gesture on the eve of Indian Foreign Ministers visit. Inspector General (IG) Prisons Mahmood Siddiqui, representatives of Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum (PFF)and Legal Aid organisation were... FULL ARTICLE AT DAWN
 
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