ISLAMABAD - National Assembly (NA) was informed on Friday that Pakistan has released 562 Indian prisoners since 2009-2010 while only 157 Pakistani prisoners have been released from Indian jails. Minister for State on Foreign affairs Malik Imad Khan, during question-hour, said that according to the agreement, the lists of the prisoners from both sides must be exchanged. He said that according to the Council Access Agreement Act on May 21, 2008 in Islamabad, both the governments should provide assistance to the prisoners within three months of their arrest. To another question, Parliamentary Secretary for Health Mehreen Razzaq Bhutto said that less than one percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) had been allocated for health sector. She said that the health budget is less than one percent of the total GDP. Under the 18th Constitutional Amendment, the Health Ministry is being handed over to the provinces. Being a provincial subject, it is now he responsibility of the provinces to enhance the health budget. To another question, Mehreen Razzaq said that the ministry was sensitising the public about the Dengue virus through a media campaign while the Prime Ministers Programme to control Dengue virus was being implemented through District Health Officers of each concerned district. The Minister in a written reply said that WHO and UNICEF and donor countries have played a pivotal role during the floods and provided medicines to the flood affected people. On another question, it was informed that the process of distribution of Watan cards in Balochistan would start in the next seven days.