Christians protest all over Pakistan

Hundreds of Christians took out rallies all over Pakistan to protest against the brutal murder of Shahbaz Bhatti.


Ppi March 03, 2011

DASKA: The hundreds of the Christians on Thursday took out agitational rallies in Sialkot, Daska, Sambrial, Pasrur, Chawinda, Badiana, Satrah and surrounding areas to protest the brutal assassination of Federal Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti in Islamabad.

The protesting Christians were holding agitational banners and placards and they also chanted anti- terrorism slogans.

In Sialkot, the Christians staged a peaceful agitational demonstration in Sialkot City's congested Allama Iqbal Chowk, during the light rainy weather, as a protest against the brutal murder of federal Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti in Islamabad.

Bishop Samuel Maseeh led the demonstration. The protesting Christians were holding agitational banners and placards. They chanted anti-terrorism slogans, demanding immediate arrest of the killers.

They also marched on various city roads in Sialkot and condemned this assassination, saying that the minorities were not safe and feeling insecure in Pakistan.

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AN | 10 years ago | Reply Shahid Baloch! Baluchistan is among the most conservative provinces of Pakistan. War in terror is going on in FATA. You should be grateful that it is not extended to Baluchistan. As for terrorists in Punjab, PML-N has failed to curb terrorist activities in the province. They will surely suffer in elections next time. Secondly, we are with our Christian brothers. They don't need the support of separatists residing abroad like you. So keep your sympathy to yourself.
Sunil Humayun | 10 years ago | Reply We the Pakistani Christians in Europe strongly condemn the killing of our beloved Bhatti, we have taken up the case in the United Nations and the European Parliament and are getting a lot of success. I would like to invite all Pakistani christian to contact us in order for us to mobilize a strong movement in US and Europe
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