LAHORE - The Minorities observed black day on Wednesday against the denial of all political rights to them in breach of the command of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to the rulers. They lamented the rulers failed to fulfil dreams of the Quaid after his death. 'On August 11, 1947, the Quaid announced all political rights to the minorities which could not be given to them after 63 years of independence, said president of Human Rights Focus Pakistan addressing a press conference at Lahore Press Club on Wednesday. The president of HRFP Naveed Walter quoted Quaids speech to the first constitutional assembly as 'You may belong to any religion or caste or creed that has nothing to do with the business of the state, adding regrettably the dream of the great leader was not be made true by the rulers after his demise. He said Minorities are being discriminated notwithstanding the constitutionally guaranteed protection to their rights. He said the Minorities representatives at assemblies had also failed to speak for their rights as such they are not among us. He called for their ouster from the assemblies and they must be given the right of casting dual vote so that we could send our real representatives to the assemblies, he added. They also staged protest outside Press club and demanded for the removal of 'discriminatory laws against them.