KARACHI - Another 101 Indian fishermen including nine Muslims were released from District Jail Malir here on Saturday bringing the total number of prisoners freed within one week to 300, while another batch of 141 Indian fishermen will be released on September 6 (tomorrow). The fishermen had been apprehended during 2007 and 2008 for violating Pakistani sea borders. The freed prisoners will be sent to Lahore through buses. and then handed over to Indian authorities at Wagah border. Chairman Legal Aid Committee Justice (r) Nasir Aslam said 141 more fishermen would be set free on September 6 while cases of 28 prisoners are pending before courts. Relatives of Indian prisoners hailing from Karachi were also present on the occasion. It is pertinent to mention here that the apex court had ordered the release of 442 out of 582 Indian fishermen who had completed their sentence.