The six point manifesto was adopted in the second Annual General Convention of Pakistan Christian Congress at Karachi in 1986. The manifesto was presented by the PCC legal committee and PCC Constitutional Committee.
Keeping in view the situation of Christians in Pakistan, the leaders of PCC thoroughly discussed the six point manifesto and took it as the only solution of the problems of Christians. Pakistan Christian Congress introduced a programme for the struggle to achieve the goal to prosperity for them in the state. This agenda was the real threat to the forces working against the Christians of Pakistan in different fields of life.
The credit to PCC in this regard can be assessed in this way that Christian social, religious and political leaders only focusing on local problems in past joined voice with this programme and started talking about Christians constitutional rights which led the Christian nation in positive directions of struggle in society.
The government was afraid of this programme also because it was presented by the educated class of Christians to whom it was difficult to threaten and bargain. The working on principal and sincerity among PCC leadership was the main issue as the leadership of this first political party of Christians was elected from dedicated and true workers carrying transparent records in the past.
The Christians have observed that political organization founded by clergy in the past bargained on basic issues of Christians in 1971 and for vested interests bargained on the sacrifices made by NAWAZ AND JAMES in Rawalpindi who laid down their lives on nationalization of missionary schools and colleges.
The anti Christian acts of leaders have forced the youth not to stay confident on their leadership, such leaders joined hands with government agencies and Muslims to crush PCC and tried to sabotage the Christian movement but they failed because PCC leadership was among the community and from the community.