Representation of Bishop Mall in Sindh solidarity Convention is not Christian's voice. Nazir Bhatti. New York. April 20, 2002.
15 Apr 2002
Founder and President of Pakistan Christian congress Nazir S. Bhatti said that its very surprising that MQM invited Bishop Mall on behalf of Christians of Sindh to speak at Sindh Solidarity Convention at Karachi. He said that MQM have adopted the s
Mr. Bhatti added that MQM have always put in lead the poor people from different communities and Christians have the hopes of same attitudes but unfortunately MQM have set forth the different attitude toward Christians and imposed the religious leadership on them by inviting Bishop Mall as speaker. He said that before 19th April, nobody knew Bishop Mall but MQM have introduced him with in hours on globe, which is against the voice of Christians of Sindh.
Mr. Nazir Bhatti said that bishops conference of Pakistan is not true political representation of Christians of Pakistan but those laymen leaders who participated in local bodies, provincial and national assemblies elections and declared returned candidates of Christians by their votes. He said that Christians have always condemned the invitations by different regimes to such Christian religious leaders and their disciples and the act of MQM is also deplorable.
Mr. Bhatti appealed to all the majority political parties leadership to review their policies toward general Christians representations on different forums because Christian leadership is already indulged in corrupt administrative means in sister funding organizations have churches and involved in scams of church properties deeds which have forced them not to take due interests in evangelism and spiritual works of the Christian teachings in Pakistan. Mr. Bhatti said that such religious leaders separate church from state in west due to same ill practices.
Mr. Bhatti demanded MQM chief Altaf Hussain to review the MQM policy toward Christians because Christians like the courageous leadership of MQM and wish to follow their movement of sacrifices and struggle for rights.