Islamabad (August 8, 2017): Pakistan has allowed consular access to Indian fishermen in jails on Tuesday.
Sources said that a delegation from Indian high commission will visit at Malir jail on August 9. Interior ministry has informed Sindh government about consular access to Indian fishermen in Jails.
The home ministry on the directives of interior ministry asked IG jails to make necessary arrangements for the meetings among Indian fishermen and Indian High commissioner. The meetings will be continued for three days. The Indian High Commission will also visit, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Adiala Jail.
The sources said that total 420 Indian fishermen are in Pakistani jails, Whereas India has 418 Pakistani fishermen in their prions.