In a goodwill gesture in reciprocation, India to release alleged Pakistani spy
*LAHORE - *India has decided to reciprocate the goodwill gesture of Pakistan of releasing the Indian Spy Hamid Nehal Ansari.
India to release a Pakistani man languishing in Indian prison for over a decade.
The Pakistani high commission in New Delhi and relatives of the Pakistani man, Imran Warsi, were informed by the Indian authorities on Saturday that he will soon be freed and sent back to Pakistan. Time and date of the release were, however, yet to be finalised.
Pakistani mission in New Delhi and different rights groups have played a key role in Warsi’s likely release.
The 36-year-old man from Karachi was handed a 10-year jail term on charges of ‘spying for Pakistan’ in Bhopal. His sentence was completed on January 19 earlier this year.