Indo-Pak judicial commission meets 56 Pak prisoners in Amritsar jail

Amritsar: A joint Indo-Pak judicial commission consisting of two Pakistani and one Indian judge on Saturday met Pakistani prisoners lodged in Amritsar Central Security Jail and interacted with them. They met especially those prisoners, who
indo pak judicial commission meets 56 pak...
India TV News Desk 27 Oct 2013, 08:35 AM IST
Amritsar: A joint Indo-Pak judicial commission consisting of two Pakistani and one Indian judge on Saturday met Pakistani prisoners lodged in Amritsar Central Security Jail and interacted with them.




They met especially those prisoners, who have completed their jail terms and are awaiting repatriation

Former Pakistani judge Mian Mohammad Ajmal said, keeping prisoners in jail after completion of jail terms was illegal detention.  

He said, sometimes mentally deranged prisoners were unable to give their correct address and this caused problems in their identification and delayed repatriation process
 
   
 

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