Omar Abdullah facilitating movement of terrorists from & to Pakistan

In a letter addressed to the J&K Governor, Shri N.N. Vohra, Prof. Bhim Singh has urged the Governor to dismiss the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah from his office as the CM has become a security risk on several accounts. The recent development has revealed that Mr. Omar Abdullah had allowed Pakistani nationals involved in terrorist activities in J&K to enter the State via Nepal and indulged in activities which are highly prejudicial to the security of the State. He has quoted the latest development that Mr. Omar Abdullah allowed several Pakistani nationals designated as ‘surrendered militants’ to enter the Indian Territory via Nepal in violation of International Laws and the Rules under the pretext of the so-called ‘Surrender & Rehabilitation Policy’. This policy also didn’t allow any Pak-national to enter India via Nepal. The Chief Minister had admitted on the floors of the State Assembly that 243 Pak-nationals had entered J&K who crossed over to Nepal from Pakistan. Mr. Omar Abdullah had deployed J&K Police on the Indo-Nepal borders to facilitate the entry of the terrorists coming from Pakistan to Nepal.
A national newspaper namely, ‘The Indian Express’ has revealed in its front page story that “At least three surrendered militants who returned to the Valley last year via Nepal have gone back to Pakistan by the same route over the past one month.”
NPP Supremo in his letter to the J&K Governor has pointed out that the terrorists deployed by ISI have been working to restore their lost contacts with the militants in J&K. The so-called ‘Surrender & Rehabilitation Policy’ has been challenged by the Panthers Party in the Supreme Court as well.
The latest development vis-à-vis the so-called ‘Surrender & Rehabilitation Policy’ is being used by the ISI to implement its agenda of sabotage and violence in the Valley. This is not only surprising but highly intriguing that the entire State even peaceful places like Gool and Kishtwar have been inflamed in communal divide by the J&K Government headed by Mr. Omar Abdullah.
The NPP Chief Patron has demanded dismissal of Omar Govt. and imposition of Governor Rule for a short period to regroup the demoralized administration and activate the nationalist and secular forces in the State.

Panthers activists observe 105th Birth Anniversary of Martyr Rajguru

Several activists of Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party along with members of the civil society and Bhim Brigade observed 105th Birth Anniversary of one of the greatest martyrs who sacrificed their young lives for the freedom of the country and liberty of her people which the people of the Indian Sub-continent have been enjoying for the past 63 years.
The Panthers Party in its meeting held at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi in its resolution demanded that the greatest martyrs namely, S. Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev may be classified in the annuls of the history of the freedom movement as martyrs. The Panthers Party expressed shock that S. Bhagat Singh and his associates who sacrificed for the freedom of the country have not been recorded as martyrs which included Rajguru and Sukhdev.
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party also administered an oath to the Panthers Party activists that,
“We the people of India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Dwarka to Nagaland pledge to uphold the unity, integrity and sovereignty of India. We shall together fight to demolish the roots of corruption, communalism, criminalization and drug menace from our society. We shall work for communal harmony which is a soul of democracy and a road towards development and prosperity of the nation.”
The prominent among those who participated M/s. B.S. Sajan, Om Kishan, Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Kifayat Hussein Rizvi, Sanjay Kumar, Jitesh Kumar, Anil Sharma, S. Baaj Singh, Shyam Sunder Sharma, Sushil Khanna, Irfan, Dasmesh Gupta, Jitendra Singh, Sukhwinder Singh Sidhu, Sunita Chaudhary, Preetpal Singh, Raju Chauhan, Siddharth Gautam, Shiv Prasad Vishwakarma, Advocate D. Vidyanandam, Chaman Nagar, Sahdev Singh, Ghanshyam, Hem Raj, R.P. Sharma, Afzal Khan, Samshad Ali and others.