Islamabad, Apr 14(ANI): Pakistan will deport former Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's three widows and two daughters to Saudi Arabia after the completion of their 45-day prison sentence, their lawyer Aamir Khalil has said.
"It is probable that they will be deported to Saudi Arabia on April 18 since they will finish serving the sentence on April 17," The Daily Times quoted Khalil, as saying.
Bin Laden's five family members were detained after a secret US Navy Seals raid killed Bin Laden in Abbottabad in May 2011.
A court had earlier sentenced the five to 45 days in prison for illegally staying in the Pakistan.
It ordered their deportation after the prison term, which began when they were formally arrested on May 3.
They are currently under house arrest in a home in Islamabad. (ANI)
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