J&K disaster; fit case for Governor’s intervention u/s. 53 & 92

In an urgent communication to Shri N.N. Vohra, the Governor of J&K, Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of Panthers Party has urged for immediate intervention u/s. 53 r/w Section 92 for the dissolution of the government and the Assembly as the present government has utterly failed to function in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of J&K. Prof. Bhim Singh has accused Omar Abdullah in person guilty of creating uncertainty, inciting and provoking the innocent people to wage war against the security forces through his hate speeches inside and outside the Legislative Assembly.
Prof. Bhim Singh pointed out that it was Mr. Omar Abdullah, the Chief Minister of J&K who repeated his speech against the security forces, particularly against the armed forces on the floor of the Legislative Assembly which was reported in the national papers. It was the Chief Minister who commented on the floor of the legislature that State Accession to the Union of India was incomplete. It was Omar Abdullah who has repeatedly been reciting in public to provoke the innocent Kashmiries against security forces by shouting loud that any amendment or alteration in Article 370 shall be possible after rolling over his dead body. Sure, he did not mean that but these words are enough to incite Kashmiries against the Union of India and the security forces.
Prof. Bhim Singh said that nine army personnel were killed two weeks back on the national highway by the terrorists who were neither identified by the government nor any follow up action taken to trace them out. The Chief Minister refused to condemn the incident. He only paid tributes to the army for the sacrifices they have been making. This is important that he is being provided security by the BSF and the CRPF. In his communication to the Governor Prof. Bhim Singh has demanded withdrawal of all BSF and CRPF personnel attached to the ministers and the Chief Minister for their security.
Giving account of the incident that took place on 17th & 18th July, 2013 in Gool in the District of Ramban, the senior advocate of the Supreme Court who is also Sr. Executive Member of the Supreme Court Bar Association pointed out to the Governor, according to the government a person at about 10 p.m. was intercepted by the BSF guards in a village near Gool. The same person when released by the BSF goes to the nearby Madarsa/Local Masjid started shouting against BSF on the public address system alleging that the BSF men have desecrated holy Quran. The local people started pouring to the place pointed out on the loudspeakers. What was the role of local agencies, police and the administration following this provocative shouting to raise such slogans? The people continued pouring in and by 7 a.m. more than 800 people had gathered. There was a local police station who registered the mob. The police got no backing from the district headquarter. A policeman fired in defence resulting in the death of a protester. Whereas a BSF personnel was shot in the stomach.
People were still allowed to pour in, gather near the BSF camp and when they were encouraged by the leaders of the ruling party namely National Conference they attacked the BSF camp. The question arises what was the role of the administration from 10 p.m. (17th July, 2013) to 10 a.m. (18th July, 2013). The BSF is not a danda police nor they are meant to play a negotiative role in such situations. The BSF claim that they were forced to fire in defence and for the security of their ammunitions and weapons cannot be rejected in a summary trial at the court yard of the Chief Minister. The greatest tragedy is that Chief Minister who has taken oath of allegiance to uphold the sovereignty and integrity of India started shouting at the top of his voice condemning BSF and the security forces without even trying to find out the facts and the circumstances under which this tragedy took place where four innocent villagers were killed in the firing and 42 injured according to the state agencies.
Thousands of pilgrims to Shri Amarnath Shrine were stopped at various places without application of mind that there were men, women, children and the elderly persons. They were subjected to harassment, insult and humiliation only because of utter failure of the government to coupe with the situation. The situation could have been avoided had the Chief Minister taken appropriate measures between 17th & 18th of July, 2013.
Prof. Bhim Singh said that continuous tirade by the Chief Minister against the armed forces has been projected to a highest pitch by the media and the hate speeches made by the Chief Minister have been responsible for provoking the common Kashmiries against the security forces. There is no governance at the moment. The Chief Minister has no time to attend the public problems and there lies urgency that the Governor of J&K should invoke Section 53  of the State Constitution, dismiss the Omar government, dissolved the Assembly and take over the administration by virtue of the authority vested in him by Section 92 of the State Constitution.
Prof. Bhim Singh warned that he shall knock the doors of the Supreme Court in case full protection and reasonable facilities are not provided to thousands of pilgrims to Shri Amarnath Shrine presently stopped on the national highway. He has also demanded a high power judicial inquiry into the circumstances that led to the tragic death of innocent villagers in Gool.