SHAHBAZ 3RD DEATH ANNIVERSARY 2014
This flyer is containing all the information for the event taking place on Sunday, March 2, 2014 to celebrate the life of Martyr Shahbaz Bhatti. The event is taking place at 6:30 pm at Woodbine Banquet and Convention Centre. The address of the banquet hall is 30 Vice Regent Blvd, Etobicoke, ON, M9W 7A4. Please download the file below to view the flyer.
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Federal Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti was assassinated on Wednesday during an attack on his vehicle in Islamabad.
Shahbaz Bhatti, son of Jacob Bhatti was born on September 9,1968 in Faisalabad, Pakistan,
Bhatti was the first Christian parliamentarian who was offered and took oath as Federal Minister of Minorities Affairs in Pakistan. His predecessors had been offered only a state minister position
Bhatti was one of the founding members of the organisation ‘All Pakistan Minorities Alliance’ (APMA) in 1985 and was considered a representative of the religious minorities in Pakistan.
Bhatti joined Pakistani People’s Party (PPP) in 2002. As a political leader, he had continuously asked minority groups to fight for their rights through the system instead of using violence. He was considered great admirer of Pakistan’s founder Jinnah and a true patriot.