Bishop Azad Marshal also sought the answer to the same question
During a visit to the Messean community after a church and household raid on the alleged dishonor of the Koran in Jaranwala, the caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi asked a Christian girl after which Bishop Azad Marshal also Wish to know the answer to the same question,
In a message on the social networking site X, President Bishop Church of Pakistan said that he celebrated Sunday (August 20) with fellow brothers and sisters at a gathering at the Salvation Army Church in Jaranwala.
Bishop Azad Marshall wrote in his message that he demanded the abolition of judicial discrimination through a fair and equal application of laws between the majority and minority population, which aims to prevent events like Jaranwala in the future.
He added that about 20 churches in Jaranwala are facing a challenge without basic facilities, while a church was restored for Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi’s visit to Jaranwala.
According to the bishop, his team met with caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi, a kind and compassionate man, he has played an important role in drawing global attention to the struggle of those who do not have a voice. After the speech, a young girl surrounded the cabinet members around Mohsin Naqvi Sahib.
The girl questioned the Chief Minister regarding the Jaranwala incident, “Can you guarantee that this will not happen again?” Can you ensure our safety? Can you confirm that as a Pakistani Christian I am appreciated?
Bishop Azad Marshal further wrote, ‘The girl’s question also raised many extra questions in my mind and it demands an answer: equal laws for equal citizens’.