NPP headquarters celebrates Eid-ul-Milad Extends greetings

Eid-ul-Milad was celebrated by National Panthers Party all over the country. Main function was organized at NPP headquarters in the capital city, New Delhi.

The Chief Patron of the National Panthers Party, Prof. Bhim Singh in his Eid Greetings to the people in India and in the rest of the world expressed hope that the message of Eid-ul-Milad of human welfare, peaceful coexistence and service of humanity shall spread everywhere for universal peace and progress. He said that rise of crimes in the society can easily be checked by spreading the message of the Prophets, Saints and religious teachings.

NPP organizes massive celebrations on Netaji’s birthday Demands inclusion of names of Netaji, S. Bhagat Singh, Lala Lajpat Rai among Bharat Ratans

he National Panthers Party organized massive celebrations of 116th Birth Anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose giving clarion call to the youth and students in particular to join the Ultimate Revolution to accomplish the unfinished agenda of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose for complete Swaraj (full independence).

The National Capital, New Delhi witnessed several celebrations with Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party organized an impressive march at Jantar Mantar appealing the youth, workers, students and political and social organizations to join the Ultimate Revolution to demolish the roots of corruption, communalism and criminalization in the country so that a true, independent and sovereign India may emerge ensuring equality, justice, equity, brotherhood and India of the dreams of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose and other martyrs who sacrificed their lives for freedom of the country.

Addressing the Panthers Party activists at Jantar Mantar, Prof. Bhim Singh said that discrimination with the freedom fighters and national heroes who laid their lives for the freedom must end. He questioned the main parties like Congress and BJP for keeping out names of the national heroes including Netaji Subhash Chander Bose, S. Bhagat Singh, Lala Lajpat Rai, Vir Savarkar from the list of Bharat Ratna.  Called on the youth and students in particular to get ready to sacrifice one year, 2013, of their lives for the sake of India which needs urgent liberation from the reactionary forces ridden with corruption, exploiting communalism & casteism and have been indulging in criminalization to politicize the atmosphere with the help of muscle and money power to diminish the soul of democracy in the country. NPP supremo said that real tributes to Netaji Subhash Chander Bose shall be to introduce electoral reforms so that the elections are not influence by money and muscle power. He described the use of EVMs in the election as a big fraud that Netaji Subhash Chander Bose would have never allowed, if he were alive this day. He also accused the governments to westernize the present education system by killing the soul of India and her moral values. The restoration of moral and religious education from the schools and the university level is more important than changing the laws and making them deterrent. The NPP also urged Prime Minister of India to take bold initiative by declaring 23rd January as ‘National Pride Day’.  

          Jantar Mantar birtday celebration was addressed by M/s. Om Kishan, Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Secy. General, Jitender Singh, Sanjay Kumar, Jitesh, Jagmohan Paswan, Ramvir Singh, Afzal Khan, Shabana, Dharmesh Gupta, Swarn Singh Yadav, Sushil Khanna (Convenor, Bhim Brigade), Rajiv Ranjan, Social Activist, Ram Krishan Tomar, Mrs. Kalpana Bhardwaj, Harjeet Kaur, Sanjay Kumar (Artist), Nanda Vallabh Paliwal, National Poet and others.