Bishop Timotheus Nasir presenting the Cheque for “Earthquake Victims” to Mr. Shaukat Aziz, the Prime Minister of Pakistan.


CNI. Gujranwala. On 22nd of October 2005, Rt. Rev. Dr. Major (Retired) Bishop of the Siloam Biblical Christian Churches of Pakistan, Rt. Rev. Dr. Earnest Jacob, Bishop of Anglican Orthodox Church of Pakistan and Mr. Kamil Nasir,

Secretary to the Bishop of Siloam Biblical Christian Churches of Pakistan called on the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Shuakat Aziz at Prime Minster's House, Islamabad. Bishop Nasir expressed "Mutual Condolence" to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Shuakat Aziz. Bishop Nasir told the Prime Minister that "we have come to express our deep sense of grief and sorrow and to condole the colossal lose of life and damage cause by the recent "Earthquake" in Northern Pakistan and to be condoled by the Prime Minister because at this time all Pakistani people without any discrimination need to condole each other on the recent disaster. He assured the Prime Minister that at this of need we stand together to rebuild the "Earthquake affected areas of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir". Bishop Earnest Jacob and Mr. Kamil Nasir also expressed their deep sense of grief and sorrow on this greatest disaster of our history. Bishop Jacob told the Prime Minister that special prayers are being held in churches all over the country for the affected people and relief goods have been collected and handed over to the NWFP Government. Bishop Timotheus Nasir presented a "Cheque" for the "Help and Rehabilitation" of Earthquake victims" from "Siloam Biblical Christian Churches of Pakistan", the poor students and staff of "Siloam Christian School".

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