Indian BSF hands over two prisoners to Pakistan at Wagah Border

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ISLAMABAD: Indian Border Safety Power (BSF) has handed over two Pakistani prisoners, Mazhar Iqbal and Tabarak Hussain to Pakistan Rangers at Wagah border on Thursday.

Officers of the Pakistan Excessive Fee have been additionally current on the event.

On July 10, Pakistan Rangers handed over 78 Indian prisoners, principally fishermen, to the BSF on the Wagah Border after they have been launched from a jail in Karachi.

Earlier, the Overseas Workplace spokesman mentioned that Pakistan had handed over an inventory of 546 Indian prisoners to the Excessive Fee of India.

In accordance with a bit of the India-Pakistan Joint Assertion, Might 2008 – pertaining to the consular entry settlement – each the nations should change lists of the prisoners twice in a 12 months, he mentioned in an announcement.

The settlement required each nations to change lists of prisoners in one another’s custody twice a 12 months, on January 1 and July 1, respectively.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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