PESHAWAR Ė The Pakistani government will allow Osama bin Ladenís family to leave the country and itís likely the widows and children will leave for Yemen in the next 48 hours.
Media have reported that Zakria Ahmed al-Sadah February 9 appealed to the Supreme Court of Pakistan seeking the release of his sister-in-law and bin Ladenís widow Amal Ahmed al-Sadah, her five children and bin Ladenís other widows. The families have been in Pakistanís custody since May 2.
Officials are preparing the necessary documents for the departures, Daily Jang quoting official sources said March 5.
ďAfter necessary interrogation by the Pakistani intelligence agencies Ö the families have been shifted from a safe house to Embassy Road in Islamabad,Ē Jang reported.
The Saudi government has refused to re-admit bin Ladenís two Saudi widows, according to media.