Eight Panthers Party candidates survive in NCT Delhi Assembly polls Eight Panthers Party candidates survive in NCT Delhi Assembly polls

National Panthers Party has announced that its eight active members have survived as candidates for the election to the NCT of Delhi. The Panthers Party said that nearly half a dozen candidates were forced to withdraw as they were under serious threat from some political vested interests.
Those contesting are; 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), 6. Mohd. Anas Qureshi (22-Bali Maran), 7. Shri Prem Singh (43-Malviya Nagar), 8. Shri Ramesh Chand Yadav (51-Kalkaji).  The Panthers Party is the only party which has given the mandate to the clean, youthful, revolutionary, honest and dedicated candidates who stand for one Constitution, one Flag and oneness of the entire country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Kohima to Dwarka.
Candidates from 1 to 5 shall be contesting with JKNPP’s reserved symbol, ‘bicycle’ whereas the last three 6 to 8 are contesting on free symbols as bicycle was frozen due to their contest with Samajwadi Party having bicycle as their symbol also.
Prof. Bhim Singh, Supremo of the Panthers Party said that Panthers Party shall deliver the message of composite culture, love, equity and development of all the sections of the people. He said that Panthers Party shall be mobilizing Delhites for strengthening National Integration of J&K with the rest of the country. He said that the major parties in the country are responsible for Kashmir mess and utter failure to evolve emotional cords to integrate J&K as has been done in case of all other states which merged into the Union in 1947.
Mr. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Working President, Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party announced that the party shall release its revolutionary manifesto for the implementation of Ultimate Revolution on 26th November, 2013.