Hundreds of Talwara Migrants block National Highway, NPP Supremo express solidarity

Hundreds of Talwara Migrants, mostly children and women blocked national highway connecting Reasi with Poonch at Talwara Bridge demanding implementation of Supreme Court judgment to provide them relief at par with Kashmiri migrants.  Besides Talwara migrants have been demanding balance of Rs.21 crores arrears due to them between 2004 to 2007 as was admitted by the State government before the Supreme Court of India during the hearing of petition filed by the Panthers Party seeking relief to the Jammu migrants at par with Kashmiri migrants.
Prof. Bhim Singh who joined the migrants in their road-blocked dharna expressed deep shock on the hostile attitude of the state government towards the Dogra migrants in spite of several orders and judgments of the Supreme Court of India. Prof. Bhim Singh expressed concern that the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir in spite of directions of the Supreme Court of India to settle the contempt petition against the State and the Central governments has not been decided in six years. Prof. Bhim Singh said that the government of J&K has been playing hide and seek with the orders of the Supreme Court rather has committed contempt of the Supreme Court yet the High Court could not take action on its own orders to provide relief to the Jammu migrants in 2009.
Addressing the migrants on the road while traffic on both sides remained suspend for about two hours, Prof. Bhim Singh welcomed the decision of the migrants to sit on protest in front of the High Court of J&K on April 7, 2013.
Prof. Bhim Singh further warned the State and Central governments of serious consequences if the Jammu migrants were not provided relief as directed by the Supreme Court. Prof. Bhim Singh said that relief of Kashmiri migrants has been raised four times in twelve years where as the Jammu migrants have been paid the same relief which they were getting twelve year back. Kashmiri migrants have been provided housing facilities, jobs for their children and schooling for their kids where as no such a facility have been given to the Jammu migrants. He said that J&K government is discriminating with the Jammu migrants only because they are Dogras or Hindus.
Others who addressed the migrants protest included Ms. Anita Thakur (State General Secretary), Balwan Singh (State Secretary) and several others.
Prof. Bhim Singh touring Reasi and Rajouri districts mobilize public opinion for the Reorganization of the state to achieve lasting peace in the state.

NPP demands dismissal of J&K Govt. Legal action against NC MPs

A general body meeting of NPP and other social activists constituted by Preparatory Committee for 31st Anniversary of National Panthers Party being celebrated at Parade Ground, Jammu on 23rd March 2013.
Shri Karnail Singh Sarpanch was elected as Chairman, Shri Balwan Singh as Convenor, Shri Mahesh Murtee as Secretary. Other members of the committee M/s. Pawan Sharma, Dina Nath, Pawan Singh, Karan Singh, Mangal Singh, Shubam Kohli, Karnail Singh.
Addressing the NPP activists, Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh urged Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India for his urgent intervention to save J&K from death and destruction. NPP Supremo condemned NC MPs including Central Minister, Dr. Farooq Abdullah for abetting and arming the terrorists in Kashmir to implement ‘Dixon Plan’ which NC had imported to J&K in 1951. It was this reason that Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru got Sheikh Abdullah dismissed and imprisoned in 1953.
Prof. Bhim Singh said that the NC which is a partner in UPA in the Central Government could dare condemn the security forces and support ISI from the well of the Parliament and the Central Government stood watching helplessly.
Prof. Bhim Singh accused Omar Abdullah for connivance with anti-India forces which is evident from the fact that a Kashmir MLAs could dare calling himself proud to be a Pakistani. NPP demanded disqualification from the House and appropriate action against the traitors.