LAHORE (Online) - Pakistan Rangers (PR) Director General Major General Muham-mad Yaqoob has said that Pak-India ties cannot improve until settlement of outstanding issues between the two countries especially Kashmir. He expressed these views while talking to media before the initiation of a five-day dialogue between the Indias Border Security Force (BSF) and the Pak Rangers. He said he would ask Indian delegation to release innocent Pakistanis imprisoned in India. All the outstanding issues including border crossing, illegal smuggling, crossing and violation of cease-fire would come under discussion during the dialogue, he informed. He said that two rounds of debates were held between the forces of both the countries, which were proving successful to some extent. Answering a question, he said that during the talks, issue of releasing Pakistanis imprisoned in India would be raised. He said, If any person accidentally crosses the border then border forces keep him in custody only for 24 hours and after that he should be handed over to police and then the matter be forwarded to either of the foreign ministries to whom that person belongs. He said he had said to BSF to hand over those Pakistanis who accidentally crossed the border while the same issue would be raised in recent dialogue. The 19-member delegation of BSF headed by Inspector General Sri Raman reached Lahore. Talking to the media, Raman said, We have come here with open mind and will try to bring improvement in ties between both the countries.