SC admits petition against Sherry over alleged blasphemy


The Supreme Court (SC) admitted a petition for hearing against Pakistani ambassador to US Sherry Rehman over allegedly committing blasphemy, a local TV channel reported.
A two-member bench of the SC comprising Justice Anwar Zaheer jamali and Justice Ejaz Afzal directed CCPO Multan to take action according to the law.
The petition was submitted by Faheem Akhtar Gill alleging Rehman of committing blasphemy while speaking on a news channel two years ago.
In Nov 2010, Rehman had submitted a bill to the National Assembly Secretariat seeking an end to the death penalty under the existing blasphemy laws.
Later in Feb 2011, the then prime minister, Yousuf Raza Gilani, had categorically stated that the government had no intention to amend the law.
Sherry Reham was appointed Pakistan’s ambassador to the US after Hussain Haqqani resigned in the wake of memogate controversy.


  1. So in other words, anyone who voices his disapproval and tries to get rid of this law is in danger !!! ridiculous

  2. The resignation completes the innocence of the young girl falsely accused.
    Susie Greer, USA, Georgia

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