LAHORE - The Indian Border Security Force on Tuesday handed over 14 Pakistani prisoners, including 10 fishermen to the Rangers here at the Wagah border following their release from different the jails in India. The prisoners were arrested by Indian officials entering Indian territory mistakenly, official sources said. The Edhi Foundation greeted the prisoners at the Wagah border and served them with food, juices, biscuits and cold drinks. Later, the Ranger officers handed over the released fishermen to the Edhi Foundation that sent them to Edhi Home Gulberg from where they would be sent to their homes after verification of their addresses. The released fishermen include Muhammad Shah Jahan, Hameed Hussain, Jamal Hussain, Muhammad Noor, Noorul Haq, Noor Muhammad, Muhammad Ehsan, Muhammad Noor, Muhammad Ishaq and Abdul Hafeez. All belonged to Karachi, official added.