Pakistani Federal Minister Of Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti Has Been killed In Islamabad

Pakistani Federal Minister Of Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti Has Been killed In Islamabad

Breaking News Of Pakistani Minister Of Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti killed in Islamabad(Capital of Pakistan). This is target killing in Islamabad. The killers shot him in his car while he is going out side for some political work.Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti 20 Shots Were Fired on him.

Federal cabinet condemns assassination of Shahbaz Bhatti

The federal cabinet on Wednesday condemned the assassination of Shahbaz Bhatti, Federal Minister for

Minorities Affairs and expressed the resolve for stern action against elements responsible for this heinous crime.

The cabinet which met under the chair of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani at the PM Secretariat, observed two-minute silence for the departed soul.

The cabinet also expressed condolence with members of the bereaved family.

The meeting continued to discuss the security situation in the wake of the Minister’s killing.

Now Here you can see the Profile Of Federal Minister Shahbaz Bhatti

Following is the Profile of Federal Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti who wasassassinated here on Wednesday morning.

Shahbaz Bhatti, son of Jacob Bhatti was born on September 9, 1968 in Lahore, Punjab.

Bhatti joined Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) in 2002.

Shahbaz Bhatti was elected Member of the National Assembly on reserved seat for minorities on the ticket of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).

He was made Federal Minister for Minorities in year 2008.

Shahbaz Bhatti was again included in the Federal Cabinet with same portfolio last month.

He was one of the founding members of All Pakistan Minorities Alliance (APMA) in 1985.

He was Chairman of All Pakistan Minorities Alliance, Founder and President of the Christian Liberation Front, and the Executive Director of the Pakistan Council for Human Rights.

Shahbaz Bhatti was the first parliamentarian who made history by assuming the Federal Minister for Minorities.

Shahbaz Bhatti also received International Religious Freedom Award for rendering services to the community. He was the first ever Pakistani to receive this award

He was bachelor and have four brothers and one sister. His father died last month in Faisalabad. He was living in Sector I-8/4 Islamabad.

As federal minister, Bhatti took serious steps to ensure the safety, rights and empower religious minorities while in office.

He launched national campaign to promote interfaith and harmony through seminars, awareness groups, and workshop.

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