In Pakistan, what radicalism dominates is this happening in Pakistan. The whole Pakistan is so boiling at this time and is stirred on the streets that why a Christian woman was not given the death sentence. Tell you that Christian woman Aasia Bibi has been acquitted by a Pakistani court for blasphemy and has forgiven her for her death sentence. After this, there is a tremendous ruckus in Pakistan, and Pakistani fundamentalists want Aasia Bibi to be sentenced to death in any situation.
On the verdict of the Supreme Court of Pakistan to forgive Asiya Bibi, activists of ‘Tehrik-e-Labbak Pakistan’ (TLP) came to the streets on other cities including Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar and Karachi and jammed several roads. There are also reports of clashes with firearms and security forces in many places. According to Pakistani TV Geo, Section 144 was imposed from October 31 to November 10, when the security arrangements in Pakistan, Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan were deteriorating.
When Aseiya Bibi was acquitted in the blasphemy case, Pakistan’s Army Chief Kamar Javed Bajwa is being described as non-Muslim and is being provoked to rebel against the army. Apart from this, threats are being made to kill the Supreme Court judges of Pakistan. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court of Pakistan, in its historic judgment, acquitted the execution of the Christian woman Aishiya Bibi, convicted of blasphemy, and acquitted her, after which the protest began in the country.
In 2010, the mother of four children, Aasia Bibi, was convicted for insulting Islam during a dispute with her neighbors. He always told himself innocent. A three-member bench of the apex court led by Chief Justice of Pakistan, Saquib Nisar, ruled on Wednesday. Nissar said in the verdict, “In view of the evidence presented on behalf of prosecution in the alleged blasphemy case from the petitioner, it is clear that prosecution has failed to prove its case.
He said that if Aasia Bibi is not desired in other cases, he can be immediately released from Shekhupura jail near Lahore. The Pakistani fundamentalists are not able to forgive Aisi Bibi’s release and forgive the death penalty. Whereas the extremists are threatening to kill the judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, on one side, while Pakistan Army Chief Kamar Javed Vajwa is being persuaded to rebel against Pakistani Army Chief by calling Pakistani soldiers as non-Muslims.