J&K Govt. turned security threat as hundreds of militants being brought to J&K from Pakistan

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of J&K National Panthers Party expressed grave concern on the security of national border along J&K because of the abetment of the State Chief Minister to import militants from Pakistan via Nepal under the pretext of rehabilitation of surrendered militants. He said that, giving evidence in this regard is the arrest of Liaquat Shah by Delhi Police, who entered India vie Nepal with six persons, all Pakistani Nationals.He said that, more than 250 militants have entered J&K via Nepal with the approval and support of the Govt. of J&K.
“How persons with suspicious identity entering Nepal with Pakistani Passports can be entertained by the Indian Border Police without any I-Card. The Govt. of India had admitted that, nearly 250 such persons claiming to be Kashmiris entered Jammu & Kashmir via Delhi with the identity cards issued by the Govt. of J&K. These Cards are issued to the persons holding Pakistani Passports on their entry to Nepal. The Pakistani Passports disappeared and the I-Cards issued by the Govt. of J&K enabled these persons to enter India and go to J&K with the fixed agenda settled between the Chief Minister of J&K and the ISI.” This was the quick reaction given by Prof. Bhim Singh who has been opposing the so-called rehabilitation policy of the NC-Congress Govt. which has not been understood by the North and South Blocks in the Indian Capital.
He challenged the Policy as a fraud rather threat to the national security asking, how a person imported illegally by the Govt. of J&K by cheating the whole nation can be called a surrendered militant when he is being brought by the Govt. to Kashmir. This is mere a fraud and shall cause horror to the security to the State being one of the blunders of Delhi vis-a-vis Jammu & Kashmir.
Prof. Bhim Singh felt pity on the National Political Parties which have no eyes to watch, no ears to hear and no courage to speak in the national interest. He demanded immediate dismissal of Omar Abdullah’s Govt. which has been exposed as a part of conspiracy to destroy the national interests. What made Chief Minister to dash in his state plane to the Capital to get Liaquat released from the Delhi Police who had crossed over to Pakistan in 1989 with the approved plan of Dr. Farooq Abdullah when he was the Chief Minister? How the Pakistani infiltrators are being officially sheltered and protected by Omar Abdullah Govt.?

Special Session of Panthers Party demands dismissal of State Govt. 22-point Resolution adopted by thousands

J&K National Panthers Party observed its 31st Anniversary at Parade Ground, Jammu with a massive and roaring participation of thousands of Panthers Party activists drawn from different parts of J&K, Ladakh, Kashmir Valley & Jammu Pradesh.
The Chairman of the Panthers Party, Shri Harsh Dev Singh, MLA was installed by the Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh amidst thousand cheers. President of JKNPP, Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA was also installed simultaneously for a period of two years.
The Panthers Party leaders from Kashmir namely, Farooq Ahmed Dar (Provincial President-Kashmir), Mr. Masood Andrabi, State Vice President and MLC Syed Rafiq Shah from Kashmir Valley also. Called on the people of Jammu to read the writings on the wall saying that Prof. Bhim Singh who is considered as a ‘Farishta’ in Kashmir should have been honoured by the people of Jammu also.
A 22-point resolution was moved by Panthers Party General Secretary, Mr. H.C. Jalmeria, Advocate which was unanimously adopted. (Resolution attached).
The prominent speakers included Vice President, Mr. Iqbal Choudhary, Genral Secretary, Ms. Anita Thakur, Provincial President, Jammu, Mr. Faqir Nath.
Shri Yashpaul Kundal, MLA & General of the Panthers Party called on the people of Jammu to unite for a collective fight against authoritarian policies of the State government. Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA who was re-elected assured that the party shall mobilize the youth in particular in support of the people particularly for the Reorganization of the State. Shri Harsh Dev Singh, MLA who was confirmed as Chairman for term of two years appealed the people for a support to the Panthers Party. General (retd.) Shri B.N. Dhar was the Chief Guest of the occasion.

31st Foundation Anniversary J&K National Panthers Party

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron-NPP installed Shri Harsh Dev Singh, MLA as Chairman & Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA as President-JKNPP for two years  in the presence of thousands of Panthers Party activists gathered from different corners of the State including Working Committee Members and State & Districts office bearers.
This Special Session of JKNPP on 31st Anniversary held at Parade Ground, Jammu adopts the following resolutions were carried unanimously.
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1.  REORGANIZATION: The State of Jammu & Kashmir needs to be reorganized on the basis of the cultural, geographical and linguistic identity of each region with separate Legislative Assembly, separate Budgets, separate Recruitment Boards and Public Service Commissions, separate Planning Commission, separate Delimitation Commission and of course separate Chief Ministers One Governor and one Chief Justice.
2. REUNION: All the regions of J&K State including those under the illegal occupation of Pakistan and areas held by China need to be reunited to make J&K State a confederal democratic unit.
3.  FIVE YEAR TERM OF ASSEMBLY: During emergency the then Govt. of Sheikh Mohd. Abdullah extended the term of J&K Assembly from five to six years implementing 42nd Amendment of the Constitution of India. After emergency six years term was reverted to five years in rest of the country but in J&K it continues to be six years.  This session demands five years term for J&K Assembly also.
4. ANTI-PEOPLE POLICIES OF UPA-II GOVERNMENT: The UPA-II government led by Congress has adopted the policies in favour of multinational companies and against the interest of common people. FDI in retail sector has further added to the miseries of the people. The prices of essential commodities have soared beyond the reach of common man. Corruption and criminalization is ruling the roost. To curb the dissent, the Union Govt. is using fascist methods to remain in power. This Session expresses strong resentment of these anti-people policies of the UPA-II.
5.   UNEMPLOYMENT:  There is fast growth of unemployment in the State & the State Govt. has only made false promises with the youth. The government has not come forward with any viable solution to end this problem. This Session demands Rs. 5000/- per month unemployment allowance to all Graduates and Rs.3000/- to others till they are provided employment.
6.  DISTRICTS:  While adding eight new Districts, the State Government ignored very genuine demands of creation of Districts for Billawar, Nowshera, Akhnoor etc.  This Session demands creation of Districts of Billawar, Nowshera and Akhnoor and Delimitation of Tehsils, Blocks as recommended by the Wazir Commission.
7.  ST STAUTUS & POLITICAL RESERVATION TO GUJJARAS, PAHARIES & GADDIES: This Session demands ST Status for the Paharies ethnic fraternity and political reservation to the Gujjars, Bakerwal, Gaddies.
8.  DOGRA-PAHARI PRADESH: This Session feels that justice shall be done to each region after Dogra-Pahari Pradesh is established.
9.  ELECTION UNDER GOVERNOR RULE: This Session demands dismissal of the NC-Congress Government and holding free and fair elections under the Governor rule.
10. END PRICE HIKE: This Session demands that oil prices should be reduced and the prices of essential commodities should be fixed according to the income (salaries) graph.
11. NO TO CORRUPTION, CRIMINALIZATION & COMMUNALISM IN POLITICS: Corruption, Criminalization and Communalism should be eliminated from politics and bureaucracy so that justice shall flow to every door.
12.  ELECTORAL REFORMS:  EVM system should be replaced and there should be electoral reforms without delay to check political corruption.
13. AMENDMENT IN ARTICLE-370: This Session forcefully demands amendment in Article 370 of the Constitution of India in order to empower Parliament to legislate on Jammu & Kashmir vis-a-via the subjects enumerated in the Central List especially in respect of Defence, Foreign Affairs, Communications which would included expressly by Maharaja Hari Singh in the Instrument of Accession in 1947.
14. IMPLEMENT 1994, 2013 PARLIAMENT RESOLUTIONS:  This Session demands complete implementation of Parliament resolutions of 1994 & 2013 so that entire occupied territories of J&K as was directed by the United Nations Resolutions of August 13, 1948.
15. WOMEN: This Session urges Central & State governments to ensure adequate representation to women in all statutory bodies. This Session further calls for an appropriate and immediate amendment in criminal laws to ensure full security to the women against all forms of violence.
16. REGULARIZATION: This Special delegate session demands for regularization of services of SPOs, ReT & contractual employees. Also expresses full support and solidarity with the demands of J&K employees so that they get justice and equity.
17.   PANCHAYAT EMPOWERMENT: This special session resolves to fight for the empowerment of the Panchayats.  Also stands for the introduction of 73rd & 74th Amendment in J&K so that Panchayats may get full share in the process of developmental works.
18.   BAR COUNCIL: This session demands implementation of Advocates Act in totality and elected Bar Council in J&K.
19.   LABOUR LAWS: Implement all Labour Laws including minimum wages Act.
20.  POK REFUGEES: This is special session of JKNPP reiterates its commitment for comprehensive settlement of the refugees of 1947, 1965, 1971, 1997 from POK in accordance with International Law. The JKNPP expresses its solidarity with the refugees of 1947 from Pakistan who deserve to be treated as citizens within the meaning and scope of the Constitution to enjoy their fundamental rights.
21.   HONOUR UNO: This Session calls for full implementation of UN Resolutions so that Palestine is granted statehood with full sovereignty at par with Israel. No foreign intervention shall be allowed any country including Syria or Iran.
22.   SUPPORT DISARMAMENT: This Session reiterates is commitment for complete disarmament in the world and elimination of all nuclear weapons so that the world lives in peace and security.

Chhamb/Deva-Batala refugees of 1965/71 discriminated , NPP threatens to move SC

Nearly 38000 canals of agricultural land owned by the refugees from Chhamb/Deva-Batala since 1965 in Palanwala area of Akhnoor Tehsil have been taken over by the State government by force reducing the refugee farmers homeless and landless forcing them to starve.

This was the representation made by the oppressed Chhamb refugees to the NPP Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh during his visit this morning to the bordering areas in Chhamb sector.
The refugees have threatened to stage hunger-strike in front of Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi in case their agricultural land is not returned to the owners at the earliest. Prof. Bhim Singh assured the refugees that the NPP shall take up the case with the President and the Prime Minister of India to ensure that justice is done to the refugees who have suffered due to migration from POK in 1947 and again in 1965 & 1971 because of Pakistani aggression. Prof. Bhim Singh questioned the bonafide of the Central government to vacate Chhamb and Deva-Batala in 1965 and surrendering entire Chhamb sector to Pakistan. The NPP Chief Patron accused the State and Central governments from the miseries and untold story of oppression and brutalities met by these refugees who have been living a miserable life in different parts of Jammu Pradesh without any social or economic security. Prof. Bhim Singh also urged Prime Minister of India for his intervention so that the occupied agricultural land by the administration is cleared of mines and explosive substance so that the refugees (Khasra no. 210) can utilize the land for their agricultural activities.
Prof. Bhim Singh accused the Congress leadership for the inhuman treatment being given to the farmers of Akhnoor Tehsil. He regretted that Khour-Jaurian and Palanwala have not been notified as separate Revenue Block as was recommended by the Wazir Commission also. NPP also accused the government for excessive electricity rent and 16th century old road and water drinking facilities.
Prof. Bhim Singh was accompanied by Mr. Faqir Nath, ex-MLA & Provincial President, Jammu Pradesh, Mr. Shanker Singh Chib.Ms. Meenakshi, Advocate and Ashok Kumar, District General Secretary.

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.