In a rare judgment, a court in Pakistan has acquitted a man sentenced to death four years ago for allegedly committing blasphemy. Muhammad Ishaq, caretaker of a shrine in eastern province of Punjab, was arrested and sentenced to death in 2013 after a complainant accused that he claimed himself to be a God. A court in Rawalpindi last week absolved him of charges and ordered he be set free, Ishaq's lawyer Mehmood Akhtar said. "It was proved in the court ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Pak court sets blasphemy convict free - Business Standard, 1 month ago
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