NPP condoles tragic death of Shri V C Shukla

An emergency meeting of the National Panthers Party was held here to condole the highly tragic death of VC Shukla, former Union Minister and a veteran Congress leader. The Panthers Party in a condolence resolution expressed deep shock at the most gruesome assassination of the Congress leader in Bastar, Chattisgarh. Shri V.C. Shukla was attacked on 26th May, 2013. Several other Congress leaders and policemen were also killed brutally. The Panthers Party expressed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the rest of the departed soul in the heavens.
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP who presided over the emergency meeting said that smuggling of foreign weaponry has to be stopped in order to bring the terrorists to justice. Prof. Bhim Singh had had long association with Shukla ji during his Youth Congress days.

Nawaz Sharief must act boldly to build bridges of peace between Islamabad & New Delhi

In a congratulatory message to Mian Nawaz Sharief on his assuming Prime Minister’s Office for the third time in Pakistan, Prof. Bhim Singh, Panthers Party Supremo hoped that the new Prime Minister of Pakistan shall complete the unfinished agenda to build cordial relations between India and Pakistan.
The Panthers Party leader hoped that the Pak Army shall not create hurdles in the peace process that Mian Nawaz Sharief is expected to take up with India to build new bridges of peace and understanding between the two countries. This is essential he said for the peace and progress of both the countries.
Prof. Bhim Singh who is also Co-Chairman of Intra J&K ‘Heart to Heart’ Talk urged Mian Nawaz Sharief to help building confidence among the residents of both sides of J&K through Heart to Heart Talk. The 3rd Intra J&K ‘Heart to Heart’ Talk has been fixed for October 2013 in New Delhi. The success of Heart to Heart Talk needs cooperation of Delhi and Islamabad to make it result oriented.
NPP Supremo who is fighting the cases of hundreds of Pakistani prisoners in the Supreme Court for their release urged the Pak Prime Minister to take appropriate steps for the release of Indian prisoners languishing in prisons for years without trial or have exhausted their sentences.