“3) Any Islamic sectarian group could not be declared as infidel. Any Muslim or non-Muslim could not be declared as doomed to death extra-judicially. Faithful of all the religions and religious sects have constitutional rights to live in the country as per their cultural and religious norms."
In a country such as Pakistan where blasphemy against the Muslim prophet Muhammad is a capital offense, this point is truly groundbreaking.
"4) A complete ban should be ensured on use of loudspeakers except Azan and Juma sermons. People of any religion and religious sects can arrange their congregations with consent of local administration.”
Point four seems to allude to the paralyzing protests the nation erupted into after the news of Bibi's acquittal first broke, many of which featured rabid use of megaphones to chant slurs and death threats against Bibi.
The declaration's fifth point also called for the confiscation of any literature inciting religious hatred or violence.
Point six declared that “it is the responsibility of the government to ensure protection of life and property of non-Muslims living in Pakistan.”
The bold signatories demanded that the Pakistani government make a massive shift to take the safety and liberty of non-Mulsim religious minorities exponentially more seriously than it currently does.
2019, they hope, will be the year “to annihilate terrorism, extremism and sectarian violence from Pakistan.”