Abduction of young Christians girls as well as their forced conversions and marriage are rampant issue in Pakistan.
Bibi became the face of persecuted Christians in Pakistan after she was sentenced to death under the country’s blasphemy law.
The court’s decision comes almost seven years after the initial blasphemy accusation was made.
Between 1987 and 2017, 1,534 individuals in Pakistan have been accused of blasphemy, according to ICC.
Christ's followers constitute merely two per cent of the country's population and are continually abused under Sharia law.
Due to widespread religious discrimination, Christians in Pakistan are viewed as second-class citizens.
After being tortured and forced to watch his sons being arrested, Younis Masih felt a sharp pain in his chest and died.
Despite hearing gunshots, Nadeem’s neighbours shut their windows and did not call the police.
“With this ruling, no Christian girl in Pakistan is safe,” a family friend and advocate was quoted as saying.