NPP condemns killing of Sarpanch, accuses Chief Minister of inefficiency

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party strongly condemned the State government for the brutal killing of a woman sarpanch in the Valley and for the corruption, inefficiency, anarchy, lawlessness and insecurity terror that has been the rule of law for the past two years in J&K, particularly in the Kashmir Valley.

The NPP Supremo urged Shri N.N. Vohra, Governor of J&K to withhold the change in the cabinet or induction of the new ministers in the cabinet for it shall give another opportunity to the ‘hungry hounds’ to loot the state exchequer for the remaining period of the legislature. He said that life of the Assembly is five years in the entire country except in J&K where its life have been extended in violation of the rule of law to six years which is another fraud on the people of the state by the ruling clique.

Prof. Bhim Singh said that the government in J&K has created a scare mongering campaign against the panchayat members so that a situation is created to force them to quit panchayats so that the panchayats shall no longer be partners in the field of development. He said that panches and sarpanches were used by the ruling class to rig their votes in favour of NC and Congress in the last month election. The purpose of the panchayats for Congress and NC is over and that’s why the government is creating a terror against the panchayats. This is the only way to get rid of the panchayats at the earliest. He asked the government to answer the question raised by Syed Ali Shah Geelani and prove the involvement of the so-called militants.

The NPP Supremo appealed to the members of the panchayats in the state not to get caught in the NC-Congress conspiracy rather they should join hands against the corrupt and criminal government in the state.

Bhim Singh urged Bar Council of India to end discrimination with J&K lawyers

Prof. Singh, senior Executive member of the Supreme Court Bar Association yesterday vehemently advocated for the enforcement of Advocates Act, 1961 to democratize the Bar Council of J&K to bring J&K Bar Council at par with all other State Bar Councils in the country. [Read more…]