Active civil society organization appeals for release of imprisoned prisoners

Active civil society organization appeals for release of imprisoned prisoners. Agaz e Dosti is a organization of civil society youth of India and Pakistan.

Aaghaz e Dosti a active civil society organization which is working to promote relations between India and Pakistan.

In various jails in Pakistan and India more than 321 Pakistani and four Indian citizens are serving in various prisons.

Active civil society organization appeals for release of imprisoned prisoners.

Active civil society organization appeals for release of imprisoned prisoners.

Founder leader of Aaghaz e Dosti saying that the two countries held most of the citizens imprisoned for minor offenses.

While the majority have also completed their sentences, but still could not make the release process.

Aaghaz e Dosti Peshawar Chapter’s President Rauf Yousafzai said according to a fresh list of prisoners a total of 278 Pakistani prisoners.

Lodged in different jails in India, 251 arrested in civil cases and 27 were fishermen.

He said the 405 Indian citizens are imprisoned in different jails of Pakistan.

Including 355 fishermen and five women, while 48 are in civil cases.

According to detail the more than one hundred prisoners are in prison pending trial 55 prisoners.

Completed their sentences but they did not yet release.

He added that most of the prisoners have completed their sentences but strained relations between the neighbors remain an obstacle to his release.

Abdul Rauf Yousafzai said that the Indian and Pakistani authorities are often hide nationality of prisoners, which cause hung case of prisoners.

They are unnecessary remain in prison.

Active civil society organization appeals for release of imprisoned prisoners.

He appealed both sides to neighboring countries to facilitate the prisoners and release them who have completed their sentences immediately.

Agaz e Dosti is a organization of civil society youth of India and Pakistan to work to promote peace and prisoners’ rights in both countries.

While the majority have also completed their sentences, but still could not make the release process.