VADODARA (PPI) - At least 14 Pakistani fishermen, who were caught straying into Indian waters, have been released from Gujarat and are being taken to Wagah border at Atari for repatriating them to their country, Indian media reported quoting official sources on Thursday. Their release on Wednesday took place ahead of Indo-Pak talks in Islamabad next week. "There were eight Pakistani fishermen in the jail at Bhuj in Kutch district that borders Pakistan. They were caught for straying into Indian waters some time back. All of them have been released and they are on their way back to Wagah border at Atari," Kutch DSP HK Patel said. Jamnagar DSP Piyush Patel also told that six Pakistani fishermen, lodged in a jail in the city, have also been freed and they are on their way to Wagah border. With this, all the 14 fishermen from Pakistan have been released. Meanwhile, President of the Indian Fishermen Association (IFA) Veljibhai Masani said that the Pakistani govt should also reciprocate by releasing all the 512 Indian fishermen.  from various parts of Gujarat, who have been kept in the Pakistani prisons for the past couple of years.