Another Christian student has been kidnapped from Lahore to be forced into an Islamic marriage.
Bishop Iftikhar Indrias of the Apostles of Gospel Ministries International, demands that the abductor be arrested.
"I ask you to punish the two men under the blasphemy laws for having published and printed these texts," the prosecutor said.
In Pakistan, twenty-four Christians are in prison for blasphemy charges.
Pakistan remains one of the worst persecutors of Christians worldwide
"No one should be allowed to take justice into their own hands, nor to abuse the blasphemy laws."
A Christian woman in Karachi was condemned according to article 295 C of the Pakistani Penal Code.
In Pakistan, false accusations of blasphemy are widespread and often motivated by personal vendettas or religious hatred.
Anjum used to live in the US. He entered the U.S. as a permanent resident after marrying an American and later became a US citizen