A hearing takes place in India today over whether to return the passports of three former soldiers from Yorkshire who were held in prison on suspected weapons charges.
Ray Tindall, Nicholas Simpson and Paul Towers had all charges dropped but the authorites have still not released their passports.
The case of a former soldier from Hull who's facing weapons charges in India has been raised in the House of Commons today.
Ray Tindall is one of six British men arrested and jailed last October as they worked onboard a ship protecting vessels from pirates. Five have been bailed, but are still waiting fo find out if the charges will be dropped. A court hearing due this morning was adjourned until next week.
The hopes of families of of former soldiers from Yorkshire being held in India have been dashed once again - as they face a longer wait to find out when they can return home.
Ray Tindall from Hull and Nicholas Simpson from Cottingham were among six British soldiers arrested and jailed as they provided anti-piracy protection for ships.
After many cancelled hearings, both men were released on bail in April, but were banned from leaving the country.
Today they were due to go before a court to get their charges quashed - but this has now been adjourned until Monday.
Ray's mother, Carole Edmonds, told Calendar News she was frustrated and upset by the news.
"It's appalling. It's just never ending. We thought today was going to be the day and that he would be on his way home by the weekend."
Meanwhile, Paul Towers, from Pocklington, remains in prison. He wasn't granted bail in April because he held a senior role on the ship.
The mother of Ray Tindall, the former soldier from Hull, who was accused, along with 5 other Britons, of smuggling weapons by the Indian authorities, says her son could come home next month.
Ray was released on bail in April, along with Nicholas Simpson from Catterick, having been jailed for six months after the anti-piracy ship they was working on strayed into Indian waters.
Ray's mother, Carole, says lawyers have now indicated that all charges will be quashed at the next hearing on June 10th and they will be given back their personal belongings.
She said: "It's a relief that's he's out of jail and that we can keep in touch with him via text and Facebook. He's managing OK at the moment. We're just hoping there will be no more delays."
Paul Towers from Pocklington, who was not granted bail because of his senior role on the ship, remains in prison.
The family of a former soldier from Hull have spoken of their relief after he was finally released from an Indian prison - six months after being locked up.
Ray Tindall was working on a ship protecting other vessels from pirate attacks when he was arrested and accused of weapons offences. But despite being released on bail, the legal challenge facing him and other members of the crew is far from over, as Grace Melody-Gardner reports.
A former soldier from Hull says it feels unbelievable to have been freed from an Indian prison, where he has been held for the last six months.
Ray Tindall was jailed in October after the anti-piracy ship he was working on strayed into Indian waters. He was released on bail over the weekend, but still faces weapons charges.
Tina Gelder talks to the mother and step-father of Ray Tindall from Hull who was released from a prison in India yesterday. Carole Edmonds has been able to hear her son's voice for the first time in six months.
Ray left a brief message after he and Nicholas Simpson from Cottingham, were released yesterday. The maritime security crew had been held on charges of weapons smuggling. A third former soldier, Paul Towers from Pocklington, has not yet been freed.
Dave and Carole Edmonds, Ray Tindall from Hull's step-father and mother, speak out about the moment they found out he was being released on bail from prison in India.
Two East Yorkshire former soldiers have been released on bail from an Indian jail today.
Ray Tindall, who is from Hull, and former sergeant major Nicholas Simpson, originally from Cottingham, were among six British ex-soldiers who have been jailed since October.
They must remain in India while they fight to have charges against them dropped. Their colleague Paul Towers, who is from Pocklington, and was a member of the Parachute Regiment, is still imprisoned. He was the most senior member of the six British men on board.
There's more heartache tonight for the families of former soldiers being held in an Indian prison as their release date has been delayed yet again.
Ray Tindall from Hull is one of six men arrested while they provided protection from pirates for ships on the Indian ocean.
All but one, including Ray, were granted bail eleven days ago, but they still haven't been released . Ray's mother Carole says she's being kept in the dark by the Government, as Helen Steel reports.