While tension seems to have escalated between India and Pakistan over the Kulbhushan Jadhav row, the Indian Coast Guard has set a new example of humanity. Soldiers of the organisation rescued two members of the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) and recovered bodies of four others after a boat carrying them capsized in the Indian waters on April 9. The rescue operation was conducted after the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency informed the Indian Coast Guard that one of its speed boats along with six crew members went missing during a routine patrol. The survivors and bodies of the four dead personnel were today handed over to the Pakistan Naval Ship that was operating across the International Maritime Boundary Line. Later today, Pakistan released seven Indian boats which earlier caught by the neighbouring nation.