Bhim Singh nominated as NPP Parliament candidate for Kathua

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron NPP has been nominated as the party candidate for Kathua-Udhampur-Doda Parliament seat for the forthcoming Lok Sabha election.
This was disclosed by Balwant Singh Mankotia MLA, State President J&K National Panthers Party in a press conference at party headquarters Gandhi Nagar, Jammu.
While addressing to media persons he said that Panthers Party working committee in a meeting on Monday has decided unanimously for the candidature of Prof. Bhim Singh from Kathua-Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha Constituency, Mr. Mankotia said that Prof. Bhim Singh is the only person who has the capacity to represent the case of Jammu Province which is being discriminated from last 65 years politically, socially as well as economically.
Mr. Mankotia further said that the name of Prof. Bhim Singh for his candidature for Udhampur-Doda Parliament seat is also recommended by all six districts committee falls under this Parliament seat. Mr. Mankotia further said that it was also decided in JKNPP working committee that Panthers is ready to contest poll pre-alliance election with parties as well as local groups, he said that Panthers Party has no hesitation to pre-poll alliance with any likeminded political and non-political groups, he also said that doors are open for pre-poll alliance.
Mr. Mankotia said that in the present scenario when UPA-II has failed on all fronts, Polls will be held in the year 2013 with UPA failing to complete its full term. He said that people are fed up with present government and will throw it out of power in the forthcoming elections.
Others who were present in the press conference M/s. S. Daljit Singh & P.K. Ganju (Vice-Presidents), Ms. Anita Thakur (General Secretary), Jagdev Singh (Coordination Secretary), Sarpanch Khajur Singh (Provincial Vice-President), Bashir Ahmad (General Secretary Young Panthers) and others.
Meanwhile a impressive function was organized at Party Headquarter Gandhi Nagar, Jammu by Shri Rajesh Padgotra, Provincial General Secretary-JKNPP in which around 20 women activists from different political parties join Panthers Party in the presence of Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia and Ms Anita Thakur, Incharge Women Wing.  On the occasion, Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia said that with the joining of these women activists, the Panthers Party will be strengthened in the Vijaypur area of Samba District.