Panthers Party moves Supreme Court against Surrender & Rehabilitation Policy

J&K National Panthers Party today filed a writ petition (PIL) in the Supreme Court of India challenging the Surrender & Rehabilitation Policy framed by NC-Congress Govt. in J&K. The Surrender & Rehabilitation Policy framed by Omar Abdullah government has opened the flood gates for the Pakistani terrorists holding Pakistani passports to enter India via Nepal at their pleasures. This policy was exposed when Delhi Police arrested one Liaqat Shah, a Pakistan national who entered India via Nepal on 20th March, 2013. The matter is under investigation by NIA (National Investigation Agency).
This writ petition has been moved by the Panthers Party to ensure that no undesirable element or ISI agent or any enemy of peace would not enter India without valid or legal documents. This petition was filed  yesterday in the Supreme Court of India by the Political Secretary of the Panthers Party.
Prof. Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate who is Chief Patron of the Panthers Party said that Omar Abdullah has become a security risk and the policies he introduced are dangerous for the security of the country.

Dharna by Jammu Migrants in front of High Court Jammu on Tuesday, 9th April 2013

An emergency meeting of Talwara Migrants has declared that a dharna shall be stage in front of the High Court, Jammu on 9th April, 2013 (instead of 7th April 2013) as 7th being Sunday.
The Jammu Migrants shall also present a memorandum to the Chief Justice of J&K expressing concern on the deliberate attempt of J&K Govt. to frustrate the order of the High Court to pay relief to the Jammu Migrants as per judgment of the Supreme Court of India dated July, 2006 at par with Kashmiri Migrants whose relief has been raised four times since 2004. The Supreme Court has also the directed Central and State governments to pay the arrears of Rs.21 crores to the Jammu Migrants.  The Supreme Court has directed to the Chief Justice of the High Court of J&K for appropriate action in this regard. The meeting was presided over by Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretary JKNPP, Incharge Jammu Migrants.