OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - As many as 207 prisoners were released from the Camp Jail here on Saturday following the directions of Lahore High Court Chief justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry for giving special pardon to the prisoners involved in minor offences and general remission of three months. LHC Member Inspection Team Sardar Ahmed Naeem accompanied by two additional MITs Khakhan Babar and Ashtar Abbas and District and Session Judges Lahore Mujahid Mustaqim visited Camp Jail and passed the release orders on the spot. The lucky prisoners, included 175 prisoners involved in minor offences, were granted special reversal in sentence by MIT of LHC while 32 others who benefited the three months remission being on the verge of completing their jail terms. Inspector general of prisons Punjab and Camp Jail superintendent who were present there to welcome the LHC officers also announced three months remission for prisoners to advance the humanitarian gesture shown by CJ Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry and the LHC MIT officers. The 32 inmates securing release were amongst those who benefited the remission granted by IG prisons and superintendent jail. About 70 inmates housed in others jails will also benefit from the three months remission by the IG prisons Punjab. Later, the LHC officers inspected the jails kitchen, hospital, various barracks, and the steel shed besides meetings between prisoners and their families. The officers expressed satisfaction with the arrangements made for cleanliness and quality and quantity of food for inmates in the jail. The jail doctors informed the LHC officers that in the outdoor of the jail, about 500 prisoners are treated daily at the hospital and are also given medicines. The jail doctors also told the LHC officers that laboratory, XRays, ultrasound and ECG facilities are also available for the inmates. The judicial officers were informed that a project of Release Educational and Vocational Centre has also been established at the jail with the support and collaboration of an NGO and it is proving fruitful. In the end, the delegation, visited prisoners barrack involved in narcotics cases and found overall arrangements as satisfactory.