100 Indian fishermen left for homeland

One hundred more Indian fishermen on Friday left for their homeland through the joint Check Post (JCP) Wahga Border after the completion of their prison terms in Pakistan.

Rangers sources said that the prisoners reached Lahore after releasing from Karachi Jail on September 2 and 3, they were handed over to the Indian authorities at Wahga border.

The fishermen had been detained in the jail on the charges of illegal entry in the Pakistani waters.

The sources added that 242 more Indian fishermen will be released till September 7.