Asia Bibi is a 47-year-old ranch worker and mother of five from the Punjab Province. Ms Bibi stayed in Adiala imprison, in Rawalpindi, and discharged when imprison authorities got the court arrange. Talking on her capture, Ashiq Masih, Ms Bibi’s better half, said his significant other was “profoundly solid” and “prepared and willing to bite the dust for Christ,” including that she will “never convert to Islam.”
Ms Bibi was engaged with a row with other Muslim field workers after they declined to drink from a bucket of water she had contacted on the grounds that she was not Muslim. When they requested she convert to Islam, she turned down their words and it provoked a fight and a crowd gathered to later affirm that she had offended the Prophet Muhammad.
Asia Bibi was indicted in 2010 for supposedly offending the Prophet Muhammad and has been in isolation for as far back as eight years.
Chief Justice Saqib Nisar, who gave the decision, said Ms Bibi could walk free from prison promptly on the off chance that she was not needed regarding some other case. AFP news organization cited Ms Bibi as saying on the telephone:
“I can’t accept what I am hearing, will I go out at this point? Will they let me out, truly?”
Her case has isolated Pakistani society, part nonconformists and traditionalists. An expanded police presence was felt in the city Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Multan as challenges by supporters of strict disrespect laws broke out. Then, Pakistan’s disrespect laws have evoked far reaching feedback from human rights and Christian gatherings.