Zafarullah Jamali Ex PM Pakistan supports minorities demands
Islamabad. July 20, 2005. Former Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali in a statement had advised the government to immediately fulfill the demands of the Organizer Pakistan Human Rights Party, J. Salik and had demanded that the minorities being a part and partial of Pakistan must be given equal rights as provided in the constitution of Pakistan.
The Christian children, ladies and gentlemen of the Kachi-abadies of Islamabad with banners in their hands gathered infront of J. Salik house. They had gathered specially to thank Former Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Jamali for his full support to the demands of J. Salik. They thanked him for treating them as equal to others citizens with reference to their rights as provided in the Constitution of Pakistan. It is worth mentioning here that Mr Jamali is the first Former Prime Minister from the ruling party who is caring for the poor minority community.
They thanked Gen. Hameed Gul, for his visit to J. Salik in order to register his solidarity. They further thanked Raja Tri Div Rai (Honorary Federal Minister) who from the beginning of J. Salik current protest has been in contact with him through telephone and his personal representatives. The gathering also appreciated the solidarity and unity registered by Mian Muhamamd Aslam (MNA) through his personal visit by sitting beside him on the heap of Ashes for long. They welcomed the visit earlier paid by the Students Community from International Islamic University, delegation of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Akhuwat, Tanzeem-e-Shabab-e-Milli, CDA Labour Union (Gen Sec Ch. Muhammad Yaseen), Tehreek-e-Insaaf Punjab and others and Jharoo Kash Mazdoor Union, Lahore who in order to register their solidarity had traveled long from Lahore to Islamabad.