ISLAMABAD/KARACHI Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani decided on Tuesday to unilaterally release 100 Indian fishermen on humanitarian grounds and a goodwill gesture. The Prime Minister directed the Interior Ministry to make necessary arrangements for their repatriation to India on December 24 (tomorrow). Meanwhile, 100 Indian fishermen, arrested in different intervals for illegally fishing in Pakistani waters by the Maritime Security Agency (MSA), will be released on Wednesday (today). Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Jails Mumtaz Burney, when contacted, confirmed the release of 100 Indian fishermen. All these 100 Indians were arrested by MSA for illegally fishing inside the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of Pakistan, he said. They are all in District Jail Malir in Karachi. Burney further said they will be released today morning at around 8 am from Malir Jail. Afterwards they will go to Wagah Border for their onward repatriation to India. To resolve the issue of prisoners and fishermen in each others custody, Pakistan has also proposed to India the revival of Judicial Committee on Prisoners.