The Pakistan authorities has launched 80 Indian fishermen who had been arrested after crossing the worldwide border whereas fishing.
The officers of the Indian Military acquired the fishermen on the Attari-Wagah Border in Punjab’s Amritsar.
The launched fishermen informed information company ANI about their expertise and stated that that they had crossed the Pakistan border by mistake whereas fishing. Additionally they urged the Union authorities to get different Indian fishermen launched who’re imprisoned in Pakistan jails.
“We accidentally crossed the international border amid a storm. We were in prison for three years. We are 12 people in total and now everybody has returned,” a fisherman stated.
“There are 184 others in prison. I would like to urge the government to bring them back as well. Many of them are sick and also suffering with other problems,” he added.
“We couldn’t realise when we crossed the border. The Pakistan Navy came and arrested us. It is around 3 years, 3 months after which I have come. I would also urge the government to get our boats released. They are very expensive,” one other fisherman stated.
“We are very happy that we are returning back to home. There are others also in prison, they should also be released. Our boats are very expensive and are our source of livelihood, it should be returned,” a fisherman added.