India-Pakistan: Shares list of nuclear installations, Pakistan releases Indian prisoners, says MEA

by kaarthik shankar
India Pakistan

The Ministry of External Affairs informed that India has asked Pakistan to release Indian prisoners. Most of them are fishermen prisoners. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, India has asked for the release and repatriation of 631 Indian fishermen and two civilian prisoners.

India has asked Pakistan to release and repatriate 631 Indian fishermen and two civilian prisoners. The Ministry of External Affairs has given information about this.

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, the fishermen who have been called upon to release from Pakistan include those fishermen who have completed their jail terms. Also, whose nationality has also been confirmed? On the other hand, on Sunday, under a prior agreement, India-Pakistan shared the list of their respective nuclear installations.

Demand to release Indian prisoners

The Ministry of External Affairs informed that India has asked Pakistan to release Indian prisoners. Most of them are fishermen prisoners. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, India has asked for the release and repatriation of 631 Indian fishermen and two civilian prisoners. Apart from this, two civilian prisoners have also been asked to be released.

In addition, the Government of India has requested immediate consular access to 30 other fishermen and 22 civilian prisoners in Pakistan’s custody. The Ministry of External Affairs has also issued a statement in this regard.

India and Pakistan on Sunday exchanged lists of civilian prisoners and fishermen in their custody through diplomatic channels in New Delhi and Islamabad, the statement said.

Exchange of list of nuclear installations

Along with this, the Ministry of External Affairs also informed that on Sunday, India and Pakistan shared the list of their respective nuclear installations.

These actions took place 32 years ago in a bilateral. done under the agreement. This agreement was signed on 31st December 1988 and it became effective on 27th January 1991. The agreement prohibited both sides from attacking each other’s nuclear facilities.

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