More than 100 Slough residents marched from St Paul's Church on Stoke Road to meet Fiona Mctaggart at her offices in Slough.
The purpose of the protest was to raise voice for the voiceless Christians of Pakistan, who are being convicted and killed after false allegations of blasphemy are attributed to them.
The March was organized by Alfred Gill, General Secretary of Minorities Alliance an organization that advocates on behalf of all minorities in Pakistan. Mr. Gill expressed his outrage at the recent burning of 200 Christian houses in Lahore by an angry mob after a false allegation of blasphemy against a Christian neighbor.
He went on to say that any person from a minority group in Pakistan who has an allegation of blasphemy against him is condemned to death. The state will execute him if he is convicted and Muslim fanatics will kill him if he is acquitted.
After the march a small delegation from Minorities Alliance members met with Fiona McTaggart and secured her promise to raise these issues with the Foreign Office and the High Commissioner of Pakistan in London. Ms McTaggart also promised to try to organize a debate made up if varying interested parties to highlight the plight and discrimination of Christians under blasphemy Laws in Pakistan.
The protest concluded peacefully and without any incidents.
Minorities Alliance UK