Majority of Christian Candidate for National assembly seats fail to find masters. 4 adopted by PPP, 4 by PML (Q), 2 by National Alliance, 2 by PML (N), 1 by MQM and 2 by MMA. By Robin Fernandez. PCP Report.


Karachi. There are 28 Christian candidates of Christians in election 2002, under the joint elections when Christian voters shall vote for the Muslim political party candidates in parliament, which are all Muslims and non of majority political party h

There is no restriction under joint elections to contest for Christians on the general seats but the so called Liberal and Democratic Muslim political party have feared to put them as candidates because they are aware that Muslim voters shall never cost votes in favor of their Christian candidates but they have adopted few Christians of their choice on these reserved seats. Its very amazing situation that their are60 reserved seats for Muslim women in National Assembly but they have issued the party tickets to Muslim women as candidates on the general seats. The minorities have been privileged to practice Separate election system in Pakistan from 1985 for 17 years and they were electing their representitives by their own votes. The reserved seats were 10 for women in the National assembly of Pakistan, which have been increased to 60 but the Christian leadership who demanded joint election system failed to secure the increase in number of seats proportional to Christian population according to the previous census in Pakistan. Its very clear that Christian candidates on run in these elections were on the mercy of the majority Muslim political parties and those have been adopted by them who are with assurance of churches in Pakistan to Muslim leaders that they shall follow their masters voice and all other which are in majority are still struggling to approach Muslim leaders for their adoption. What role these selected or nominated Christian members in parliament shall play shall be sure on the strings of their masters. The most surprising news is that Muslim religious parties Alliance MMA have also adopted two Christians when the MMA component parties have separate election system in their manifestos but they also wish to adopt some Christian slaves to cash this chance. We are printing the list of 45 minority candidates of Christians, Hindus, Parsi, Sikhs and Ahmedi Muslims for national assembly adoptions by their masters. We are putting the list of those poor candidates left but adopters to encourage them to provide the same benefits for future under these joint elections. We feel shame to mention the list of these political slaves in the name of attraction of mainstream privileges and condemn the Muslim political parties to deceive the poor minorities of Pakistan. Independent Candidates (13): 1) Simon Johnson from Kot Lakhpat, Lahore 2) Patrick Jacob from Bilal Town, Faisalabad 3) Samson Tariq from Azam Town, Karachi 4) Mohan Mal Manglani from Thana Bulah Khan, Dadu 5) Dr Shamshad Sanaullah from Satellite Town, Rawalpindi 6) Iqbal Masih from Christian Colony, Bahawalpur 7) Joel Amir, Daud Nagar, Faisalabad 8) Dr Sham Sunder from Thana Bulah Khan, Dadu 9) Shaukat Sardar from Deh Surjani, Karachi 10) Malik Bashiruddin Khalid from Ichara, Lahore 11) Bhooramal from Mithi, Tharparkar 12) David Salik from Sector F-7/1, Islamabad 13) Ayub Masih from Purana Abadi, Gujranwala PPP Candidates (8): 1) Mushtaq Victor from Alfayyaz Colony, Faisalabad 2) Ramesh Lal from Shahdadkot 3) Mahesh Kumar from Mithi, Tharparkar 4) Dr Khatu Mal from Thar, Umarkot 5) Safdar Masih from University Campus, Peshawar 6) Meher Chand from Ideal Medical COmplex, Karachi 7) S.B. John from Shahpur Kiali, Gujranwala 8) Iqbal Khurram from Nawababad, Karachi PML (Quaid-e-Azam Group) (7): 1) Akram Masih from Ichara, Lahore 2) Haroon Qaiser from Rehmat Park, Sargodha 3) Pritipal Singh from PECHS, Karachi 4) Gyan Chand Singh from Barikot, Swat 5) M.P. Bhandara from National Park Road, Rawalpindi 6) Bishop Rufin Julius from Jail Town, Gujranwala 7) Adil Sharif Gill from Jinnah Road, Gujranwala National Alliance (5): 1) Narain Das from Kunri, Mirpurkhas 2) Dr Arjun Das from Daharki 3) Zeenat Rehmat from Bhattai Colony, Korangi 4) Gabriel Francis from Lalkurti, Rawalpindi 5) Saleem Herman from Bilal Town, Faisalabad PML (Nawaz group) (4): 1) Krishan Bheel from Bheel, Tando Allahyar 2) Prof S. Stephen from Gordon College, Rawalpindi 3) Darshan from Mirpur Mathelo 4) Nelson Azeem from Sialkot Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (2): 1) Pervaiz Masih from University Campus, Peshawar 2) Asiya Nasir from Marri Street, Quetta ANP (2): 1) Narainlal From Kohat City 2) M Kishwar from Mardan MQM (2) 1) Dev Das from Sanghar 2) Yaqoob Ilyas from Orangi Town, Karachi PPP (Sherpao Group) 1) Nighat Bibi from Peshawar PML (Junejo group) 1) Eric Massey from Gulberg-II, Lahore

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