Bibi's man from Asia, who has recently been released from blasphemy after eight years of death, claims to seek asylum in the United Kingdom, the United States, or Canada.
BBC reports that her husband Ashiq Masih announced this in a video. He claims the family is in great danger Pakistan.
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The Supreme Court of Wednesday set aside the 2010 sentence, where Asia Noreen, known as Asia Bibi, was sentenced to death for having violated Prophet Mohammed under an adjacent regime. The decision resulted in strong protests and protests in Pakistan.
Asia's lawyer, Saif Mulook, fled the country on Saturday, allegedly fearing for his life.
"Please the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for help, and so on, it is possible to give us shelter," said the BBC in the video.
She also asked Canadian and US authorities for help.
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In a German interview with Deutche Welle, he also said that he and his family were rescued after the Pakistani government agreed with the Islamic TLP party (Tehreek-i-Labaik) to end the demonstrations.
"The current situation is very dangerous for us. We do not have any security and hide, he tells DW.
It can not be pulled
As part of the agreement, authorities are trying to prevent Asia from leaving the country. They have also been told that they will not prevent anyone from attacking the decision of the Supreme Court to release him.
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Bibi's husband and children have returned from the UK since mid-October and have been waiting for release since then to leave the family together from Pakistan.
They did not tell where they wanted to travel, but many countries, including France and Spain, already offered shelter. At present everything is kept and the family lives in a secret room and often changes their place of residence.
It rejects the danger
The husband criticizes the signed agreement, saying that the authorities could never put pressure on the actors.
Fawad Chaudry, Information Minister, declared in Pakistan BBC that security around Bibi is getting stronger.
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"Yes, we have a situation and handle it, but I can assure you that your life is not in danger," he says.
He describes occupation with demonstrators as a "firefighter" to deal with the situation without violence.
The verdict has provoked violent anger among those who want to see Bibi. Schools, shops and roads were closed due to three-day riots. The authorities sent police and soldiers to protect public buildings.
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