It was an occasion to celebrate for the families of the 78 Indian fishermen who recently found their way back home from Pakistan.
Having been away for close to two years after they were detained by the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency on the charge of straying into their waters, they returned home on July 10.
According to a report, the 78 prisoners were released from a jail in Karachi as a goodwill gesture by Pakistan.
Edhi Foundation, a Karachi-based philanthropic organisation, then took over the responsibility of ensuring the fishermen’s safe passage home.
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