The right to live

Published March 2, 2011

Hours after the assassination of Federal Minister of Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti, several local and national organisations held a protest in front of the Karachi Press Club (KPC) to condemn the murder.

Almost 100 people, including the famous writer H.M Naqvi and Human Rights Minister Nadia Gabol, gathered chanting, “This is terrorism, not Islam,” holding signs that stated, “Murderers are not Muslims,” “Punish Killer,” “Shame, Shame” with Citizens for Democracy (CFD), Human Rights Commission Pakistan (HRCP), Gawahi Mission Trust, Labour Party and Capuchin Friars Pakistan. - Text by Sadef Kully and photography by Nadir Siddiqui.

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