"الهی" (Ilahi) indicating the Akbar's calendar written on the left top side.
Taimur Rahman, an activist, and band Laal, rallied the crowd, which held signs declaring "One Nation, One Blood," "No More Dialogue, Only Action," and "Many Faiths, One God."As the group grew larger, its members took one another's hands and formed a human chain around the church.
Nasir called upon the country's leaders to join his efforts."I see no reason why our politicians and our leaders should not come out of their houses, leave the luxury of their secure homes and stand in solidarity with the common man," Nasir said.
A member of the Pakistani Christian community holds a placard as he shouts slogans during a protest rally to condemn Sunday's suicide attack in Peshawar on a church, with others in Lahore September 23.
Between 200-300 Pakistani Muslims and Christians united and gathered to make a human chain around a church in Lahore, Pakistan's second largest city on Sunday. 6, just two weeks after a church bombing killed more than 100 people in Peshawar, the human chain, organized by the citizen group "Pakistan for All," is part of the movement's goal to raise awareness about minority rights and concerns."Well the terrorists showed us what they do on Sundays. We unite," Pakistan for All organizer, Mohammad Jibran Nasir told The Express Tribune.
He has come to a conclusion that the coins of Humayun are those with the epithet Dar al Khilafat - seat of the capital.