The government of Pakistan will release the Afghan from the cover of National Geographic
The Ministry of internal Affairs of Pakistan has ordered the release on bail is known to the whole world by a picture in National Geographic of the Afghan woman Sharbat Gulu, arrested last week.
Authorities accuse her that she lives in the country on forged documents. She denies guilt.
As said on Sunday Pakistani interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar, Drone will be exempt from considerations of humanity. However, her case is closed because it is suspected that it involved several officials.
The face of Sharbat Gula became known around the world in 1985, when she was 12 years of age appeared on the cover of National Geographic magazine. Then she lived in a camp for Afghan refugees in Peshawar.
Thanks to a picture taken by American photographer Steve McCurry, the Buzz was for the world the personification of the people who survived many hardships because of the war.
The photographer called the recent arrest of Drones in flagrant violation of her civil rights.