A bench of Justices A R Dave, Kurian Joseph and Amitava Roy asked Italian authorities here to give an undertaking to abide by conditions under which Latorre was allowed to leave India.
This is the fourth detention of Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan navy this month on the charge of fishing in the island nation’s waters.
The Pakistani newspaper Dawn blamed the delay on the absence of any Indian officials at the border to complete the formalities of the crossing over.
Marking of the maritime boundary should be done in a way so that it is easily identifiable by the fishermen, said the External Affairs Minister.
The fishermen were arrested for poaching in the country’s waters off the north west of Talaimannar and Palk Strait this morning, Navy spokesman Akram Alavi said.
The mail said the fishermen have been released on November 7 from their exclusive economic zone.
An official of Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) has confirmed that “27 Indian fishermen were arrested with their four fishing vessels.”
Coast Guard operation Centre in Gandhinagar confirmed the incident but refused to divulge any detail.
All the fishermen were part of a larger group, which had put out to sea in 531 boats on Monday.
Pakistan also said on Thursday that it would released 113 Indian fishermen lodged in a jail in Karachi. They are expected to be handed over to Indian authorities at Wagah border.
The fishermen were arrested by Pakistan’s Maritime Security forces on Friday night in the Arabian Sea.
Karunanidhi, however, welcomed Sirisena’s statement that his country wanted a solution to this issue without affecting the ties with India.
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has instructed Lankan navy to seize boats .
The arrests came ahead of announcement of the dates for the direct fisher community talks between India and Sri Lanka.
86 Indian fishermen arrested for allegedly poaching in Sri Lankan waters are set to be released as a goodwill gesture.