On Sunday Pakistan discharged 78 Indian fishermen as a goodwill signal in the midst of tensions with India over firing exchanges over the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir lately, authorities here said.
As per authorities, the authorities in the port city of Karachi liberated the Indian fishermen who had been captured for interruption into Pakistani waters for fishing, Xinhua announced.
The liberated fishing will be given over to the Indian authorities at the Wagah border on Monday.
Pakistan and India routinely capture fishermen who cross marine boundaries for illicit fishing, yet the two intense neighbors have not yet achieved an agreement to oceanic limits.
Pakistan has likewise liberated a group of 18 Indian fishermen a month ago.
Pakistan liberated the Indian fishermen when their relationship is at the most reduced ebb over conflicts along the LoC and assertions of terrorism.