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Pakistan Releases 20 Indian Fishermen a 'Goodwill Gesture'

World | Associated Press | January 7, 2020, 10:13 am
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 Pakistani authorities handed over 20 Indian fishermen, as a goodwill gesture, to their Indian counterparts at the Attari-Wagah Border on January 06, 2020. The Fishermen, who hailed from the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, were released from the Landhi Jail in Lahore, Pakistan on January 05, 2020. They were arrested by the Maritime Security Agency for allegedly venturing into Pakistani territorial waters for fishing last year. Pakistan had released 360 Indian fishermen last year.<br /><br />In this photo, Indian fishermen show their name tags while they line up to leave for India after being released at Lahore railway station in Pakistan. (Image: AP)
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Pakistani authorities handed over 20 Indian fishermen, as a goodwill gesture, to their Indian counterparts at the Attari-Wagah Border on January 06, 2020. The Fishermen, who hailed from the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, were released from the Landhi Jail in Lahore, Pakistan on January 05, 2020. They were arrested by the Maritime Security Agency for allegedly venturing into Pakistani territorial waters for fishing last year. Pakistan had released 360 Indian fishermen last year.

In this photo, Indian fishermen show their name tags while they line up to leave for India after being released at Lahore railway station in Pakistan. (Image: AP)

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 Indian fishermen walk toward their transport to leave for India after being released at Lahore railway station in Pakistan. (Image: AP)
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Indian fishermen walk toward their transport to leave for India after being released at Lahore railway station in Pakistan. (Image: AP)

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 Indian fishermen show their name tags while they line up to leave for India after being released at Lahore railway station in Pakistan. Pakistan officials said they released 20 Indian prisoners detained for fishing illegally in the country's territorial waters in the Arabian sea. (Image: AP)
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Indian fishermen show their name tags while they line up to leave for India after being released at Lahore railway station in Pakistan. Pakistan officials said they released 20 Indian prisoners detained for fishing illegally in the country's territorial waters in the Arabian sea. (Image: AP)

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