ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan, in an interview with BBC News, revealed that Chiristian woman Asia Bibi will soon leave Pakistan.
BBC News World Affairs editor, John Simpson, asked the premier about the current status of the Christian lady who was acquitted by the Supreme Court in blasphemy case.
Replying to the question, the PM said she will leave the country soon.
'Are we talking about days or weeks?'
To this, PM Imran Khan said 'within weeks' adding that there are some complications in this regard that could not be discussed in media.
But I assure you that she is safe, Imran told Simpson.
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