A federal review board comprising two judges of the Supreme Court has ordered release of four Indian prisoners, who have been languishing in different Pakistani jails on the charges of `illegal stay`.
Of nearly 75,000 prisoners lodged in various jails in Pakistan, around 1,100 are women, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has said.
An India-Pakistan judicial panel had visited three jails in Pakistan, including Kot Lakhpat in Lahore where Sarabjit Singh was lodged.
The 48 fishermen released from Pakistani jails will arrive on Wednesday night, a top state official said.
Seventy-four missing Defence personnel, including 54 Prisoners of Wars (PoWs), are believed to be in Pakistani jails for the last 41 years, government said on Friday.
Five Indian nationals who were languishing in Pakistani jails were today released by the government there.
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