J.Salik in solidarity with the countrymen victims of the earthquake has postponed the â€œChristiansâ€™ Marchâ€ scheduled on October 28, 2005 in Islamabad
13 Oct 2005
Islamabad: Former Federal Minister, nominee for Nobel Peace Prize and Organizer Pakistan human rights party J.Salik in solidarity with the countrymen victims of the earthquake has postponed the n"Christians' March" scheduled on October 28, 2005 in Islamabad from all over the Pakistan.
He has expressed his extreme grief and sorrow on the sad demise and large scale of destruction so he has put off the yellow parachute dress which he had been wearing for the last 129 days for neglecting the Christians and ignoring their just demands and has put on black dress for the victims.
He has opened the gate of his residence, which he had locked in protest for the last 107 days and shelved his awards, which he had displayed out of his house. The Ashes on which he had been sitting for the last 111 days in protest and the tent in which he was living have also been removed from his courtyard.
He has opened his gate to the sad families who are looking for help. He has appealed to the Christian community to donate goods as much as they can and those who do not have money should sale gold ornaments and purchase the items, which needy require and deliver to the nearest relief camps.