11th August Should Be Marked As Day of formation of Separate Pakistani Christian Province: PCC Chief

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KARACHI: The Pakistan Christian Congress President refutes the Minotiries’ Day celebration in Pakistan.

 

Dr. Nazir S. Bhatti
Dr. Nazir S. Bhatti

In consistency with details, Dr. Nazir S Bhatti, President of Pakistan Christian Congress PCC invalidated the observance of Minorities’Day in Pakistan. In a special message on 11th August, 2013; declared as “Minority Day” by previous government declared, “It is not Pakistan of Quaid-e-Azam then how we can observe this day to remember his milestone speech in Karachi on August 11, 1947, because after formation of East Pakistan as Bangladesh in 1971, there is no more Pakistan of Mohammad Ali Jinnah”

 

He continued saying,“The Muslim majority divided Pakistan and changed image of Pakistan presented by founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah during Pakistan Movement in sub-continent of India with independence of Bangladesh and now conspiracies are underway by Muslims to divide remaining Pakistan in more ethnic divisions then what it means to mark Minority Day for Christians in Pakistan?”

 

He further criticized the pre-partition Christian leaders saying,” It was blunder of All India Christian Association leaders like SP Singha and Raliaram to support Pakistan Movement and decision to live with People of Book known as Muslims in Pakistan and voted for All india Muslim League in Round Table Conferences in London in 1030-32 for formation of Pakistan and to vote before Boundary Commission to fall Eastern Punjab in lot of Pakistan on assurances of Mohammad Ali Jinnah that Christians will enjoy equal rights in Pakistan.”

 

The PCC Premier  further said that,” Christians are living like slaves in Pakistan nor like equal citizens as promised by founder of Pakistan then speech of Mohammad Ali Jinnah on August 11, 1947, is meaningless issue and observance of “Minority Day” on this day is living in fool’s paradise.”

 

Dr. Nazir S Bhatti censured the Pakistani Christian’s sincerity with Christians in Pakistan saying,” Minority Day is moved to Canada but none is ready to observe it in Pakistan and some Christians of Pakistani origin are celebrating it in Canada to support some Muslim elements in Pakistan.”

 

Disheartened from the PML-N Government, he continued, “I am not surprised that government of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz Group is not holding any official moot on Minority Day because it is not Muslim League of Mohammad Ali Jinnah nor it is following ideology of Pakistan.”

 

Dr. Nazir S Bhatti tried to motivate Christians in Pakistan to mark 11th August, 2013, as “Day of formation of Separate Pakistani Christian Province,” where they may enjoy equal rights and freedom instead of slavery of Muslims instead of Minorites’Day.