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).



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.

JKNPP reconstitutes Distt. Ramban Committee

Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA, President-JKNPP has reconstituted District Ramban Committee in consultation with District Presidents with an immediate effect. Shri Suraj Singh Parihar, Advocate shall head the District Committee with Shri M. Rauniyal, Capt. Diwan Chand Bhagat as District Vice Presidents whereas Shri Seva Singh Bali and Shri Mangal Singh Parihar shall be the District General Secretaries. Shri Shakeel Ahmed Wani and Shri Amarjit Singh Bali, Advocate have been appointed as District Secretaries. The District President in consultation with District Committee shall set up a 21-member District Council of the Panthers Party within 10 days.