“Black Day” shall be show of Christian power to repeal blasphemy law. PCC
06 Aug 2009
Islamabad: August 6, 2009. (PCP report) Dr. Nazir S Bhatti Chief of Pakistan Christian Congress PCC said that “Black Day” on August 11, 2009, shall be end of blasphemy laws and
persecution because 20 million Pakistani Christian shall express their unity by holding peaceful protests, wearing black bands and by hoisting black flags on their homes.
Pakistan Christian Congress PCC announced on July 21, 2009, to observe “Black Day” on August 11, instead of Minority Day by government and Shahbaz Bhatti, Federal Minister for Minorities.
Sources revealed PCP that government is planning to impose section 144 and to arrest leaders and activists of organizations which have openly declared to participate in “Black Day” but Nazir S Bhatti warned administration not to block or to disturb peaceful gathering of Christians.
Nazir S Bhatti said, “ By our unity and peaceful protest we have to press upon government to repeal blasphemy law because Islamic laws have been allegedly used to kill Christians by extremist Muslims”
“Black Day” shall also be day of resignation of Shahbaz Bhatti, Kamran Michael and all selected Christian parliamentarians by Muslim feudal lords.
Nazir Bhatti added “ Christian united political party is only solution to our issues not Pakistan Peoples Party PPP, Pakistan Muslim League PML9N) , Pakistan Muslim League PML(Q), Muthida Quomi Movement MQM, Jamat-e-Islami JI, Awami National Party ANP because Muslim political groups have never raised voice on floor to repeal blasphemy law and Dual Voting right for us”
“The statements of Muslim political groups are only to Hijack Christian vote bank under Joint Electorate and they have hired some Christian agents who are working against Christian unity but successful “Black Day” will by last kneel in coffin of forces against Christian cause in Pakistan” said Nazir Bhatti
Nazir S Bhatti, appealed all Christian political groups to raise banners with slogans of demands to repeal blasphemy laws on Black Day in rallies.