Yousuf’s son to be impleaded in writ petition in SC seeking CBI probe

A Division Bench of Supreme Court of India comprising JJ Mr.B.S. Chauhan and Mr. S.A. Bobde while hearing the petition seeking an independent inquiry by the CBI into the custodial death of Yousuf Haji, told Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr.Advocate appearing for the petitioner Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA if any of the relations of the deceased are available to be impleaded in the petition. Prof. Bhim Singh submitted in the court that Yousuf’s son, Mr. Talib Hussain has already filed an affidavit in this regard urging the Supreme Court that the Govt. of J&K should be directed to refer his father’s custodial death case to an independent agency namely, CBI.
The Supreme Court expressed its willingness to hear son or any close relative of the deceased. The court observed, “We would prefer to hear the son in this matter. We can understand the need for a third party filing a petition if thre is no son or any other family member.”
Mr. Yousuf Haji a noted NC activist and associate of Dr. Farooq Abdullah, the father of the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah was summoned by the Chief Minister to his house along with two other NC activists on 29th September, 2011. Two NC activists had lodged a complaint against Mr. Yousuf Haji that he had taken Rs.84 lacs and Rs.34 lacs respectively to earn them a seat in the Legislative Council. After two hours close-door meeting of Mr. Omar Abdullah with Mr. Yousuf Haji, he was dispatched to police station under his orders through IG (Crimes). The two complainants had given video interviews stating that Mr. Yousuf Haji was vomiting blood and in bad condition when he was taken out of Chief Minister’s house at about 6.00 p.m.
Yousuf Haji according to the then Director General of Police, Mr. Kuldip Khoda was taken to Raj Bagh Police Station and then to Police Hospital. There is no substance in the evidence as no officer on duty has signed detailed affidavits before the Supreme Court. This has been established even by an inquiry commission of retired Supreme Court judge that the relatives of Yousuf Haji were not informed about his arrest or whereabouts at all. According to the Director General of Police, Mr. Khoda, Yousuf Haji died at about 9.30 a.m. of 30th September, 2011 whereas his dead-body was delivered to his relatives after 7.00 p.m.
One FIR no.17/2011 was lodged with the Crime Branch on the night of 29th September, 2011 which has been challenged in the writ petition. This has been established even in Justice Bedi’s report that FIR was received by Chief Judicial Magistrate only 3rd October, 2012.
Prof. Bhim Singh has been insisted before the Supreme Court that FIR should lodged on the custodial death of Yousuf Haji. He submitted before the court that the Govt. had tried to wash its dirty hands in the case by appointing a District Magistrate on the cause of death. After that a retired Judge of Supreme Court was appointed only to wash of the case. He said that inquiry commission cannot investigate the cause of death. He has been advocating strongly for investigation into the cause of the custodial death and the criminal intention of the government to wash the evidence relating to his death.
Prof. Bhim Singh made a strong submission for the security of Mr. Talib Hussain, son of Late Yousuf Haji. The Supreme Court observed, “The State of J&K is here to take care.” On this J&K’s Advocate-General, Mr. M. Qadri assured that, “The Court that Hussain need not have any security-related apprehension.”
The Supreme Court shall hear the matter after three weeks.
Prof. Bhim Singh was assisted by Mr. B.S. Billowria and D.K. Garg, Advocates.

‘Bhim Rath’ storms into Delhi election campaign for Panthers Party candidates

‘Bhim Rath’ reached Delhi from J&K and joined election campaign in support of Panthers Party candidates contesting election for the Assembly in NCT of Delhi this evening.

Prof. Bhim Singh accompanied by a strong youthful team of Panthers Party activists in Delhi addressed several rallies in New Delhi, Malviya Nagar Constituency appealing the electorates of Delhi to defeat the opportunists, communalists, the criminals and those who have betrayed the public cause. Prof. Bhim Singh appealed the voters to support Panthers Party candidates who are not aspiring for power, wealth or money but seeking a role of championing the cause of the wretched of the earth, the poor and the depressed class in the Delhi Assembly so that every citizen shall receive equity and justice at all levels.

Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party President, Mr. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, General Secretary, Ms. Sunita Chaudhary, Political Secretary, Mr. R.P. Sharma, S. Manjit Singh, Panthers Trade Union President and others also addressed the election rallies.

Prof. Bhim Singh said that Panthers Party is the only political party in India which is talking about ‘haq va insaaf’ for everybody, free health care, free legal aid, tax free eatables and VAT free drinking water. Panthers Party has fielded eight candidates in Delhi included

Breach of Election Rules by Mr. Kejriwal

28th November, 2013
New Delhi

The Chief Election Commission of India
Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road,
New Delhi

Sub:- Breach of Election Rules by Mr. Kejriwal.

Sir,
I am bringing it to your kind notice that several parties have been violating the Code of Conduct and the mandatory rules relating to elections and enrolment of the voters.
1.    This is to bring to your kind notice that Election Commission of India had given de facto recognition to a newly formed group, Aam Admi Party by allotting uniform symbol to the party even when the party had never entered any election fray. The party had not completed even nine months as a registered party with the Election Commission of India when it was given an independent election symbol. This itself amounted to violation of rule and utter discrimination by the Election Commission of India itself.
2.    The J&K National Panthers Party attained its recognition in 1984 and had its reserved symbol ‘bicycle’. The Election Commission of India in its order freezed its election symbol, ‘bicycle’ during 1996 Assembly election in J&K. This is a contrast to the rule of law established by the Election Commission itself.
3.    Alloting an independent symbol to a party which has yet to be baptized in the election showed that Election Commission of India has different yardsticks for different political parties in different states.
4.    It was this leadership of Aam Admi Party which hijacked a great revolution to eliminate corruption in the society by infiltrating into the anti-corruption movement launched by Shri Anna Hazare. This so-called combination of some NGOs naturally minted money in India and abroad hijacked entire anti-corruption movement at the behest of vested interests with the money its leadership had raised in the name of anti-corruption movement, a political party was flouted with blessings of the echelons of power as well as the Election Commission of India.
5.    This party set up the candidates, some of them had not paid electricity bills and disconnected their legitimate connections. Took power by illegal connections fixed with the electricity poles in the capital. This issue was raised before the Returning Officers but no cognizance was taken. The Election Commission also decided to keep quiet on the issue.
6.    It is on record that the Chief of Aam Admi Party, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal has flouted Section 17 & 18 of the Representation of People Act, 1951 which has a clear mandate that one person can be registered as a voter only in one place. Mr. Kejriwal, the Chief of Aam Admi Party has registered himself in different places. As reported in the Hindu dated 28.11.2013 that Shri Arvind Kejriwal was registered a voter of Kaushambi in Ghaziabad (U.P.), Seemapuri and New Delhi Assembly Constituencies (both in Delhi).
7.    It appears from the reports that Election Commission has been supporting Mr. Kejriwal to save him from illegal act for registering his name three times. It is strange that Chief Nodal Officer in the Delhi Election Department, Ankur Garg is more interested to move Kejriwal’s name to ASD (Absenteem Shifted and Dead Voter List) instead of taking appropriate cognizance in the matter. This is very important to note that Mr. Kejriwal had violated Section 17 & 18 of the Representation of People Act, 1951 and the Election Commission of India has failed to take appropriate action in this regard.
8.    Mr. Kejriwal has been acting as echelon of power before even entering the election battlefield, definitely, he has been enjoying support of some hidden power within the administration.
9.    It is highly intriguing that some vested interests within the Election Commission of India have been, in fact, abetting the wrong doings of Mr. Kejriwal when Election Commission has not received official report of Delhi Electoral Officer, the Election Commission has given the verdict in advance saying that, “There seems to be some communication gap among the official which will be found out.” Mr. Kejriwal has failed to make an honest statement regarding his other registrations as a voter in some other constituencies when he filled in Form-6.
10.    I am taking this liberty to reproduce three paragraphs from the Hindu dated 28.11.2013 which deserve to be answered to every citizen of this country in the interest of democracy and credibility of Election Commission of India itself that, “The Election Commission has prima-facie found that Aam Aadmi Party national convenor Arvind Kejriwal was not at fault in the issue involving his name being found in the electoral rolls of Kaushambi (in Ghaziabad), Seemapuri and New Delhi Assembly constituencies (both in Delhi).
“Though we are yet to receive the official report of the Delhi Chief Electoral Officer, according to our information, Mr. Kejriwal had indeed mentioned, while applying for inclusion of his name in the electoral roll using Form 6, that he was a voter in the earlier place of residence. There seems to be some communication gap among the officials which will be found out,” a senior EC official told The Hindu on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Chief Nodal Officer in the Delhi election department, Ankur Garg, said Mr. Kejriwal’s name would be moved to ASD (Absentee, Shifted and Dead Voter List) in East District’s Seemapuri area so that his name was not used by any one else for bogus voting.
He made it clear that Mr. Kejriwal had indeed applied for inclusion of his name in the New Delhi Assembly constituency voters’ list but his name could not be removed from the Seemapuri list due to a technical glitch. “Since the electoral rolls were frozen on November 16 and Mr. Kejriwal’s request came in a day later we could not remove his name from the Seemapuri list,” Mr. Garg said. It will be deleted as soon as the election was over, he added.
I am making this representation to the Election Commission of India and its Chief Election Commissioner who is a man of great integrity that rule of law should not be allowed to became casualty in front of the political hawkers who can flout the rules and mandate of law to create anarchy in the society. Law must be allowed to remain a rule in the interest of democracy. Mr. Kejriwal has lost his right to be a candidate in the NCT of Delhi election in 2013.
Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

sd/-
Bhim Singh
Chief Patron


Bhim Singh releases Panthers Party Manifesto for Delhi Assembly polls

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party today released a historic manifesto of the Panthers Party in connection with the Assembly polls for NCT of Delhi this afternoon at Jantar Mantar. Prof. Bhim Singh released this manifesto in the presence of Mr. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, President, Delhi Pradesh and other office bearers. Several Panthers Party candidates contesting election were also present.
The manifesto of the Panthers Party seeks disqualification of all criminals, communal and corrupt persons besides seeking disqualification of the members of capitalists’ class. In its appeal the Panthers Party has appealed the electorates of Delhi to vote for the youthful candidates contesting election in Delhi as it is only the Panthers Party which has been advocating and shall advocate for the realization of just and genuine demands of Delhites particularly the youth and the students. In its appeal the Panthers Party declared that it shall advocate for complete integration of the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Kohima (Nagaland) to Dwarka (Gujarat) with one Constitution, one Flag and one Code for all the citizens so that every citizen is treated with equity and equality.
25-points manifesto released from Jantar Mantar, New Delhi has asserted that it shall promote National Integration, shall honour all the martyrs who laid down their lives for the freedom of the country and shall fight for justice, equity and equality for all the citizens of Delhi. The Panthers Party added in its manifesto that it shall fight for jobs or social security for all the unemployed youth, free and uniform education for all the children as well as ensure equitable development of Delhi so that the innocent children would not die because of the broken lanes and gutters and everybody will get clean drinking water without VAT.
The Panthers Party ensured that VAT shall not be levied on water, food and all eatables including vegetables etc. It said that the criminals, capitalists and high-profile businessmen shall not be entitled to contest polls for the Assembly and the Lok Sabha. It declared that Delhi shall be made safe and secured for the women folk and strigent action shall be taken against those who flout the law of the land. The Panthers Party also ensured that the contratrual labour and employment shall not be allowed and no contractor shall be allowed to work as a middleman to exploit the employees. It declared that unemployed youth shall be given the contracts for running parking places and other agencies so that exploitation by the contractors shall come to an end.
The Panthers Party also declared that its MLAs in the Assembly shall generate a climate of goodwill, promote the concept of the composite culture and involved the youth and the students in particular in its battle against communalism, corruption, criminalization and violence.
It declared that the Panthers Party shall advocate for the amendment in Article 370 of the Constitution of India so as to empower Parliament to legislatet in respect of the subjects mentioned in the Union List. This mission has been taken by the Panthers Party to promote integration from J&K to Kanyakumari and strengthen composite culture which is the soul of democracy in India.
Panthers Party has fielded eight candidates in NCT of Delhi Assembly election included 1. Shri Swaran Singh Yadav (9-Kirari), 2. Shri Avtar Singh (11-Nangloi Jat), 3. Shri Sher Singh (47-Deoli-SC), 4. Shri Gopal Krishan (48-Ambedkar Nagar-SC), 5. Mohd. Nazir (66-Gonda), (all on bicycle symbol) 6. Mohd. Anas Qureshi (22-Bali Maran-Fan), 7. Shri Prem Singh (43-Malviya Nagar-Camera), 8. Shri Ramesh Chand Yadav (51-Kalkaji–Telephone).

 

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Panthers Party remembers Mrs. Sushila Thakur on her 13th Death Anniversary

Panthers Party observed 13th death anniversary of Mrs. Sushila Thakur, mother of Ms. Anita Thakur, JKNPP General Secretary. Mrs. Sushila Thakur, an untiring social activist was a great source inspiration to the Panthers Party movement. She gave great inspirations to the women wing of the JKNPP and inspired Anita Thakur to participate in the social activism to generate awakening among the women folk particularly in the rural areas towards the new thought and for active participation of women in the noble cause of the poor and depressed classes.

Mrs. Sushila Thakur married to an Army Officer, Dr. Tarlok Singh died on 27th November 13 years back. Her eldest son Samsher Singh an ex-army officer died two weeks later. Her younger daughter-in-law also died three months later. It was nearly after one year that Dr. Tarlok Singh also expired.

The Panthers Party in its tributes to Mrs. Sushila Thakur conveyed sympathies and heartfelt condolences for the continues tragedies she met.