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A fire broke out at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington this morning. Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, Wilson Chowdhry travelled to the blaze to offer help and bottles of water to victims. After the two crates of water I had ran out some local residents invited me to watch the blaze with them on their balcony. It was a very eerie experience. Read yellow advertiser article (click here) Locals heard screams and shouts for help and some even reported people jumping from windows. Though Police have not yet reported any fatalities one police officer could be heard shouting to photographers to 'have some respect s...Read More
Armed troops have finally been drafted to protect the people of ilford. Today two armed military personnel were seen at the Army Training Barracks on Gordon Road Ilford. Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, Wilson Chowdhry, said: "I really don't care about people that find our British military personnel offensive. For me in the current climate they are an essential element in the fight against terrorism in Ilford. "Clearly Ilford has become a hotbed of Islamic extremism and if it takes serious gestures like this to remove the social malaise from our community then so be it. ...Read More
A Pakistani Christian sewerage cleaner died after three doctors refused to treat him until his sludge-covered body had been washed. Doctors at Umar Kot Civil Hospital in Sindh Province, refused to even touch 35 year old Irfan Masih a kaffir (non-Muslim) while he was unclean, believing that this would nullify the purity they required during the Ramadan fast, making it 'makruh (null and void). Umar Kot has approximately 75 Christian families most f whom are employed as sanitary workers, a job that Muslims refuse to do. Brother of Irfan Masih, Parvaiz Masih, described the incident to the British Pakistani Christian Association, he said: ...Read More
Chaos erupted in Ilford as two roads became the site of further police raids and investigation. A suspect home at 6 Wingate Road Ilford was cordoned of with Police tape and a manned police vehicle was stationary on the drive of the property. Masses of reporters and photographers and video cameramen were hovering waiting to catch any information related to this latest police investigation into the London Bridge terror attack. A man named Rashid Raja is the main suspect of this investigation. Meanwhile on St Lukes Road just two roads down and parallel to Wingate Road a road block was causing frustration with visitors to the road and residents ali...Read More
Image shows Wilson Chowdhry with complaint letter submitted to Pakistan Embassy in BangkokAn embassy worker known only as Ayaz is being accused of using his position to try and get sexual favors from a Pakistani asylum-seeking woman named Maherwar Ishaq in exchange for a much-needed renewal of her passport that expired last March.On 25th May 2017 British Pakistani Christian Association submitted a complaint against Ayaz. The complaint demands a full investigation of the incident stating this would be in the best interests of Maherwar Ishaq and for the safety of other women. BPCA have demanded 'the removal of a sexual predator amongst your employed staff'.Please s...Read More
Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association Wilson Chowdhry, is calling for a review of Counter-terrorism policy and practice in the UK. Mr Chowdhry believes that political correctness and fear of being labelled Islamophobic is hampering the success of existing counter terrorism measures and operations led by SO15, otherwise known as 'Counter Terrorism Command'. In October 2016 the Counter Terrorism Command (CTC) or SO15 a Specialist Operations branch within London's Metropolitan Police Service was established. By merging the Anti-Terrorist Branch (SO13), and the Special Branch (SO12) and bringing togethe...Read More
Police have declared an attack on London Bridge that moved onto Borough Market as a “terrorist incident". The attack started place on London Bridge at around 10pm when a white van drove onto the pavement and ploughed through pedestrians. After the van crashed into some street furniture, three men then jumped out of the rear of the vehicle and started slashing at innocent civilians with long knives. Police responded effectively putting their counter terrorism protocol into action and killed the 3 suspects believed to be involved in the attack within 8 minutes. Their bravery and professionalism is being praised for keeping th...Read More