NPP leaders’ storm into Katra, Reasi – Promise to cleanse J&K of corruption, communalism

A high profile team of JKNPP led by its Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh and other senior leaders this morning started one-week aggressive campaign in Jammu Pradesh against corruption, communalism, terrorism and authoritarianism. The team included JKNPP Chairman, Mr. Harsh Dev Singh, MLA, President Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA, Provincial President & Ex. MLA Mr. Faqir Nath, Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretary, Mrs. Neelam Abrol, State Secretary-Women Wing and others.

Addressing a public meeting at Katra presided by Mr. Shyam Singh Sarpanch, District Young Panthers President, Prof. Bhim Singh gave a clarion to the youth, students, farmers, and the civil society to support the Panthers Party in its resolve to eliminate the last seedling of corruption from the society which is a mother of all evils in our society. He accused the ruling clique for discriminating against the people of Jammu & Ladakh and assaulting on the civil liberties of the Kashmiries only to raise their revenues and plunder the State Exchequer. He said that Panthers Party alone shall empower Parliament to make laws on J&K if people send its representatives to Parliament.

He made the same appeal to the people while addressing a Panthers Party rally at District Headquarter, Reasi.

Shri Harsh Dev Singh pleaded with a strong note for the candidature of Prof. Bhim Singh for Parliament and assured that Parliament shall be proactive in support of people of Jammu Pradesh as it has been the State Assembly if Prof. Bhim Singh is sent to the Parliament.

Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia appealed to the youth, students, working class to support the Panthers Party in its fight to secure justice to every person in the state.

Shri Faqir Nath said that the depressed classes particularly the Scheduled Castes and Tribes fraternity has remained neglected in the state only because we did not have a real Dogra leader in the Parliament. He said that this opportunity to send Prof. Brim Singh to Parliament is an historic opportunity for the people of Jammu.

Ms. Anita Thakur said that the daughters of Jammu are getting their right and justice only because of the Panthers Party when Prof. Bhim Singh defeated the Govt. Bill against the women inside Legislative Council just by one vote. She also expressed shock on the assault on the migrant women. She demanded fair trial in such cases.

Other leaders who addressed the rallies at Katra & Reasi included District President Shri Pawan Dev Singh, Advocate, Shri Shyam Singh Sarpanch, Young Panthers District President, Shri Balwan Singh, Provincial Secretary besides the young panthers state coordinator & spokesman, Shri Gagan Pratap Singh.