Forty-two year-old pakistani peace activist was martyred outside his mothers house in Islamabad in 2011.
A gathering of Pakistani Christians will take place in London over the weekend in commemoration of the life of slain Federal Minister Shahbaz Bhatti.
It's two years since the 42 year-old was martyred outside his mothers house in Islamabad.
He received the 'Peace Award' for his services in the field of human rights and promotion of peace in Pakistan.
Wilson Chowdhry is the head of the British Pakistani Christian association and told Premier's News Hour the Minister's death lives long in the memory:
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