http://ncci1914.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/pakistan-articleLarge.jpg 400 600 Communications http://ncci1914.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/NCCILOGO105-300x72.png Communications2015-03-16 10:50:242016-08-24 10:55:06NCCI Stands with the Grieving and Suffering Bomb attack Victims in Pakistan
Nagpur, March 16, 2015: The National Council of Churches in India expresses its deep shock and painful concern over the continuous attack on innocent public, including Christians, in Pakistan.
As reported by the Media at least 70 people were injured and 15 lost their lives to these inhuman assassinations yesterday ( 15 March 2015) in a Catholic Church and the Christ Church in Youhanabad near Lahore City, where Christians have lived together for years in amity and peace.
The NCCI considers these assaults not merely as attacks on public and innocent citizens of Pakistan, but rather as intentional attacks on ‘Pakistan’ itself’.
Therefore, the NCCI demands that the Government of Pakistan should provide enough security to all people and get rid of inhuman forces from Pakistan by adapting necessary and drastic actions to save your own people.
The NCCI demands that the Government of Pakistan should ‘assure’ and ‘ensure’ the safety and security of the common citizens of your country not simply by making statements but practically by appropriate actions.
We the NCCI stand in solidarity will all the victims of such inhuman and barbaric attacks on the innocent and express our deep sympathy with them, and pray that the God of peace will fill Pakistan with peace and justice.
Rev. R. Christopher Rajkumar
Rev. Fr. Aswin Fernandis
Rev. Dr. Roger Gaikwad – General Secretary NCCI
Rt. Rev. Dr. Taranath S Sagar – President NCCI