PESHAWAR - Efforts are under way to capture the prisoners who escaped in last week Taliban-orchestrated jailbreak in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Bannu district, reported a private TV channel.Provincial Home Secretary Azam Khan said that out of 384 prisoners who had fled 108 returned to jail voluntarily while 35 others had been arrested. He added that four teams had been constituted to ensure the capture of all the escaped detainees whereas the authorities in Bannu had contacted the law enforcement agencies and authorities of various districts and tribal areas via the provincial government.In what is described as the biggest jail-break in the country’s history, 400-500 militants had stormed the central prison in Banu on April 16 and freed 384 prisoners, among them a man sentenced to death for trying to assassinate former president Pervez Musharraf.