Burney, who has played a pivotal role in securing the release of the crew, hoped the return of the Indian sailors would be a "gift" to India.
Besides the six Indians, there are five Pakistanis and a Sri Lankan among the crew, which was yesterday transferred to Pakistani warship PNS Babar after the vessel started sinking.
"I hope this will be a good gift to India from my side. I love you all Indians, I love you all Pakistanis," Burney said.
"When they will reach here, from the next flight I will send them back to their respective countries," he told CNN-IBN.
MV Suez was on its way to the Omani port of Salalah when it ran out of fuel and began taking on water in stormy weather. On getting a call for assistance, Pakistan Navy chief Admiral Noman Bashir ordered the vessel's crew to be shifted to the frigate PNS Babar, which was escorting it.
Burney played a crucial role in arranging for ransom and negotiating with the Somali pirates who held the ship for 10 months.