Nasreen Akhtar, who was on a wheelchair, was handed over to Pakistani Rangers at the border.
After her release from the jail, Nasreen Akhtar greeted the media and said, "My mother is 90-years-old and it is her wish to see me before she dies. Enormously happy as I am going to meet my mother."
Later, she was received by her mother on the other side of the border.
Eight months ago, Nasreen's two sisters Fathima and Mumtaz were released from jail.
A local court had awarded 10-year prison terms each to the five Pakistani nationals. A fine of Rs Four lakh each was also imposed on them.
Besides Nasreen, five other Pakistani prisoners also returned to their homeland after being released from various jails in India.
The Pakistani prisoners were issued emergency travel certificates by the Pakistani High Commission.
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