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LAHORE: Thirteen Pakistani prisoners including two women and a girl, released by India on Nov 1, arrived here through Wagah Border on Thursday.

Indian authorities handed over the prisoners to Pakistan Rangers on the Wahga border near here.

The two women, Mumtaz and Fatima, were rounded up on charges of drug-trafficking while traveling to India through Samjhauta Express in 2006. Fatima’s 10-year-old daughter, Hina, was born in captivity, as Fatima was pregnant at the time of her arrest.

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