Pakistan to release 23 jailed Indian juveniles
Islamabad, June 14 (IANS) A total of 23 Indian juvenile prisoners lodged in Sindh province's jails in Pakistan will be released soon, according to a provincial minister.
Sindh Law and Prisons Minister Ayaz Soomro has announced that all the Indian fishermen serving sentences in the province's jails will be released. He hoped that India would also reciprocate and release all the Pakistani fishermen, Daily Times reported.
He also added that the provincial government would approach federal minister for water and power to spare women and juvenile prisons of outages.
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