No gifts for Pakistan until Bibi's free - Shelton

November 23, 2018

The Conservative Party has called on the Morrison Government to withhold Australia’s $50 million in overseas aid money to Pakistan until its Prime Minister Imran Khan grants Asia Bibi safe passage out of the country.

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Bibi, a Christian woman, was recently acquitted by Pakistan’s Supreme Court of fake blasphemy charges after spending eight years on death row.

However, Prime Minister Khan (pictured) did a deal to appease violent Islamic extremists and has imposed a travel ban on Bibi.

Islamic extremists are now hunting her house-to-house in order to kill her.

Conservative Party spokesman and Queensland Senate Candidate Lyle Shelton renewed the Conservatives’ call for Prime Minister Morrison to offer Bibi asylum in Australia.

“Australians don’t understand why our tax money is being given to an Islamic state which has blasphemy laws and which is unwilling to stand up to violent jihadis.”

Wilson Chowdhry, the head of the British Pakistani Christian Association, will lead a peaceful march on Saturday 24 November 2018 from the NSW Parliament to the Pakistani consulate in Pitt St, Sydney.

The Conservative Party’s lead Senate Candidate in NSW, Sophie York, will address the gathering and last night appeared in Sky News Outsiders programme talking about the background to the Bibi case.

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