Thousands pledged to fight terrorism, communal, corruption

Three 3-day, 36th National Integration Camp organized by J&K National Panthers Party at Sudhmahadev, 120 kms. (east of Jammu City) concluded today sending a strong message to the people of the country, particularly the youth and the students, that NPP shall continue this battle against communalism, terrorism, corruption, drug menace and all social evils in the society. Prof. Bhim Singh, Supremo of NPP, Sr. Executive Member of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) & Member of National Integration Council administered the oath to thousands of participants in the camp from all over the state that, “We the people of J&K shall fight all forms of terrorism, corruption, communalism and drug menace at every cost through the power of Ultimate Revolution which has spread like wild fire from J&K to Kanyakumari under the leadership of Prof. Bhim Singh. We the youth and the students are committed for Reorganization of J&K and other states in the country through the power of the ballot. Reorganization of J&K is the only alternative to Azadi, Autonomy, Self-Rule which promises justice to all the three regions of the state namely Ladakh, Kashmir and Jammu Pradesh.”
The foremost Panthers Party leaders including M/s. Harsh Dev Singh, MLA, Chairman-JKNPP, Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA, President-JKNPP, Yashpaul Kundal, MLA, General Secretary, Syed Mohd. Rafiq Shah, MLC, P.K. Ganjoo, Vice President-JKNPP, S. Daljit Singh, Vice President, Ms. Anita Thakur, H.C. Jalmeria, Advocate (General Secretaries), several district presidents, state office bearers, hundreds of sarpanches participated in the oath ceremony.
The Panthers Party passed several resolutions highlighting the demands of farmers, labourers, ex-servicemen, SC/ST, women under the auspices of women power, panthers kisan council, panthers cultural council, panthers trade union, young panthers.
More than 100,000 people participated in the historic National Integration Camp in Sudhmahadev. The Panthers Party organized grand cultural programmes and Sadbhavna langar for the participants.
A resolution in support of establishment of State of Palestine, in support of the people of Syria under the leadership of Dr. Bashar-al-Assad, the President of Syria and the Arab people was also passed unanimously appealing the Arab nations to close their ranks, unite for the Arab cause against Anglo-American Bloc and Zionism. The resolution also appealed to United Nations to take urgent measures to enforce UN Resolutions in the Middle-East vis-à-vis Palestine so that Israel is forced to liberate all Arab territories. The resolution said that the United Nations should give up double standards in the Middle-East and adopt same methods and policy which it had adopted vis-à-vis Iraq in 1991.
The resolution also called on leadership of India to convene NAM countries conference for complete disarmament and for defusion of all nuclear weapons so that the world can be saved from the impending disaster.
Expressing grave concern on the illegal import of illicit weapons from foreign countries into several states in India which have been used by disgruntled elements in the society to demolish peace in the country, the NPP demanded urgent action by the Govt. of India to stop the entry or smuggling in the weapons from outside.
The Panthers Party has contributed Rs.1 lac in the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund for the rehabilitation of Uttarakhand victims in the cloud burst. The Panthers Party expressed sympathy with the people who suffered because of the earthquake in Doda, Kishtwar, Ramban and other areas in the state. Demanded immediate rehabilitation of the people who have been dislodged in thousands from their homes.

Panthers Party condemned brutal attack on policemen in Srinagar

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Member of National Integration Council inaugurated three-day 36th National Integration Camp at Sudhmahadev, J&K in the presence of Panthers Party legislators, members of the Secretariat and the working committee. He unfurled tricolour flag at Sudhmahadev marking the resolve of the people of J&K to strengthen National Integration in spite of anti-people government. Prof. Bhim Singh accused NC-Congress government for turning Kashmir a den of terrorism and corruption which he told hundreds of Panthers Party working attending the camp that two policemen on duty in the heart of Srinagar City were brutally gunned down by the militants today and the government failed to protect the security men even. He accused Omar Abdullah for this tragic incident for the reason that National Conference government did not want Prime Minister to visit Kashmir Valley and at open Qazigund-Banihal Tunnel on the eve of the forthcoming Assembly elections. He demanded immediate dismissal of Omar government, imposition of Governor Rule and criminal action against the Chief Minister and his ministers for his criminal acts and corruption.
State President Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA, Syed Rafiq Shah, MLC were among the legislators present in the camp.
In his inaugural address, Prof. Bhim Singh, accused National Conference for spreading terrorism in J&K and the Congress for corruption. He said the National Conference is mother of terrorism in the state and Congress is father of corruption. Both must go in the interest national security and social justice for common people in the state.
Others who addressed the session included State President, Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA, Syed Mohd. Rafiq Shah, MLC, Mr. H.C. Jalmeria, Advocate, Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretaies, Sarpanch Shanker Singh, General Secretary, Panthers Kisan Council, Advocate Bansi Lal Sharma, Advvisor and others.
A resolution to condole the tragic death of thousands of pilgrims and local residents in Uttarakhand during the crowd burst. The Panthers Party expressed deep shock on this national disaster and felt that this is warning to the corrupt, criminal and immoral politicians in the country that they should stop the criminal attitude towards the people. This disaster in the highest respected religious seat, Shri Badrinath, shows that nature is not happy with the Code of Conduct of the rulers and sounded them either to change or meet disaster.
The Panthers Party session also condoled the death of Ghulam Mohd. Sarangiwale, the recipient of National Awards of Cultural Academy & Dogra Ratan Awards, Shri Jagdev Singh, social activist, Mr. Noordin Parey, Advocate & Founder Member of Panthers Party and others.

Panthers Party joins nation praying for to save humanity from such disaster

Hundreds of Panthers Party activists in Kishtwar and Doda stood in silent for 20 minutes expressing deep shock and agony on the horrorful disaster in Uttarakhand resulting in tragic death of thousands of pilgrims and other human beings. Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of the National Panthers Party and Member of the National Integration Council appealed the people of the entire country to stand as one at this grave hour of national disaster and pray for peace in the heavens to the unfortunate souls who have died in these tragic floods.  Prof. Bhim Singh said the entire nation is one to express its sympathies with the families of the victims and we hope that the Prime Minister shall take urgent steps for the rehabilitation of the uprooted families and suffering people.
Panthers Party is also donated Rs.1 lac in the Prime Minister’s Fund for the rehabilitation of the suffering people in Uttarakhand.

Chetna Abhiyan rocks Congress-NC foundation in Doda-Kishtwar

NPP Chetna Abhiyan led by Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of the National Panthers Party arrived in Kishtwar last evening. In four days entire Udhampur Lok Sabha belt has shaken the foundation of Congress-NC in the area. The people in Doda and Kishtwar experienced earthquake last month resulting in the loss of huge private property, houses forcing people to sleep in the fields. This week there is Chetna Abhiyan which has rocked the existence of bloody rule of Congress-NC in the state.
Hundreds of people flooded to receive the Chetna Abhiyan and its large caravan comprising of leaders of the Panthers Party its wings of trade unions, women power, farmers council, young panthers and others. The prominent members of the team accompanying Prof. Bhim Singh comprise M/s. Syed Rafiq Shah, MLC, Young Panthers President, Ms. Anita Thakur, H.C. Jalmeria, Advocate, P.K. Ganjoo, State General Secretaries, Faqir Nath, ex-MLA, Provincial President, Bansi Lal Sharma, Advisor, Shakti Gupta, Shanker Singh Sarpanch, State General Secretary, Panthers Kisan Council, Jagdev Singh Sarpanch, President, Billawar District, Imtiaz Ahmed, District General Secretary, Ravinder Bileoria, State Secretary, Young Panthers and others.
On their arrival in Kishtwar an impressive reception was organized under the leadership of Mr. Anil Parihar, Provincial General Secretary & District President, Mr. Rajender Wazir.
Addressing the Panthers Party workers in Kishtwar Prof. Bhim Singh accused the coalition government for looting the state exchequer and robbing the earth-wealth of Doda District. He demanded that diamond (sapphire) mines in Padar should be auctioned publicly and its income which comes to be Rs.500 crores per annum should be kept at the disposal of District Development Board for the development of the backward areas. He accused the so-called democratic government for converting Padar, Marwah-Dachhan area into a human serfdom reminding the 16th century era. He reminded the rulers that nearly 50,000 population of Marwah-Wadwan have been living on barley corn and sleeping under the bushes, have not used the shoes even today and remained disconnected from the modern civilization. Having no roads, no medical facility, no bridges over the river let. Their votes are rigged during election and they have been living a hell for the past 60 years under Congress-NC rule.
He said that hydel projects in Kishtwar like Dul-hasti have given no benefit to the people. He said that Kishtwar District is the contribution of the Panthers Party and the people of Kishtwar who are subjected to the heights of oppression and suppression during the Kishtwar movement under Sheikh Abdullah’s regime. The seeds of terrorism were thrown by the National Conference in the peaceful area and creation of District has disappointed the people because there is no Delimitation of the Revenue Blocks, Assembly Constituencies or even Panchayats. One district has one Assembly constituency and its minority habited area of Chhatru has been tagged with Inderwal Assembly Constituency which falls in the District of Doda. He said that after the Delimitation of the Districts, delimitation of Assembly constituencies is inevitable in the interest of democracy and rule of law.
Inderwal zone organized a meeting this morning under its zonal president, Imtiaz Ahmed in Thathri. The farmers and workers complained on the discriminatory of use of MNREGA scheme. 100-day-job-card for the farmers and the workers has proved a big fraud and another den of corruption and loot. Hundreds of presentations were made to the Panthers Party by those who have been cheated by the local administration in the name of MNREGA. The Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes have been betrayed. There were several complaints by the quake-sufferers that they have not been identified as sufferers.
The Chetna Abhiyan shall be reaching in Kud (Chenani) area which has been the oldest kingdoms in Northern India where 54 generations ruled since Mahabharata in the Chenani State till 1947.
Prof. Bhim Singh warned the dictators of J&K that they shall no longer be able to stop the Ultimate Revolution in J&K for the Reorganisation of J&K State. He said that Jammu Pradesh is the richest region in North India which have got water resources, human resources, earth-wealth, the most dence forests in Northern India and it shall be the richest state in the entire country after Reorganization. The Chetna Abhiyan is spreading like jungle fire and anybody who stands the in its way shall be reduced to the ashes in the history.

Panthers Party’s Chetna Abhiyan sweeps Kathua Distt. enters Bhaderwah via Chhatargala

Panthers Party’s Chetna Abhiyan led by its Supremo Prof. Bhim Singh entered Bhaderwah in Doda District via Chhatargala on its second day. The Panthers Party’s high power team after its thrilling encounter with public at Kathua, Lakhanpur, Billawar, Manpur, Basohli, Sheetal Nagar, Bani. Prof. Bhim Singh expressed his gratitude for party workers proposal inviting him to contest the forthcoming Lok Sabha election from the Udhampur Constituency. Prof. Bhim Singh accused Congress-NC alliance as shamelessly opportunistic, corrupt having no respect for human rights. He said that Congress has been playing the role of stooges of National Conference only to share power to legalise their loot and corruption.  He said that Chetna Abhiyan has been launched to create awareness among the people of Jammu, Ladakh and Kashmir about their basic, human, economic and political rights which remained denied to them for 60 years under the dynastic rule in J&K.
The Panthers Party workers at Bani led by Shri Rakesh Kumar, Advocate, District General Secretary and Block President, Shri Sushil Kumar Sarpanch received the Panthers Party team before noon today. The Panthers Party took a procession in the narrow streets in the hill town of Bani. The members of the team accompanying NPP Supremo included General Secretary, Shri Yashpaul Kundal, MLA Young Panthers Party, Syed Rafiq Shah, MLC, Shri P.K. Ganjoo, Vice President, Ms. Anita Thakur, Shri H.C. Jalmeria, Advocate, Shri Faqir Nath, ex-MLA, Provincial President, Shri Bansi Lal Sharma, Advisor, District President, Shri Jagdev Sarpanch,  Shri Shanker Singh Sarpanch, Secretary, Panthers Kisan Council, Mrs. Neelam Abrol, Secretary, Women Wing, Ms. Meenakshi Advocate, District President Women Wing, Shri Zia Lal Verma, Provincial General Secretary, Ravinder Singh Bileoria, State Secretary, Young Panthers, Balwinder Singh Jamwal, General Secy. Distt. Kathua, Distt. President, Women Wing.
Earlier, the Bani Block Panthers Party expressed condolence on the sad demise of Shri Tara Chand Dubey, a close associate of Prof. Bhim Singh for many years and a prominent activist in Bani who died last month.