NPP Supremo calls on regional, secular & nationalist leadership to launch political alternative

Addressing media in Mumbai today, Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party called on regional, secular & nationalist leadership which is committed to eliminate corruption, communalism and criminalization in political life to join hands to form a political alternative (vikalp) which is inevitable as it responds to the aspirations and urges of the majority of the people and particularly the youth in India.

Prof. Bhim Singh met several regional groups and political and social activists of Maharashtra to discuss the present political situation in the country which has emerged following a national consensus of the electorates rejecting both main stream political parties in Delhi election. Prof. Bhim Singh has started a national campaign with a wake up call to the youth and the students in the country who intend to demolish corruption, communalism, terrorism and build new India where every man and every woman irrespective of their caste, religion or region shall be delivered justice and equity.

Prof. Bhim Singh said that any national alternative (vikalp) has to come forward with a clear cut foreign policy to deal with India’s immediate neighbourers namely Pakistan, China, Nepal, Sri Lanka and others. He said that the Arab world has been an eternal labourer of India, strengthening and promoting our friendship with Arabs as it started during Nehru-Nasser-Saddam-Yasir Arafat era is need of 21st century for promoting world peace, development and international harmony. NPP Supremo said that terrorism, hunger, corruption, communal violence are national problems and should be taken up by the National Integration Council above-party politics. Indira-Sheikh Accord in 1975 has to be basis of J&K resolution by reorganization of J&K. He said that Assam situation has to be resolved on the basis of Rajiv Gandhi Declaration of 1985 and his Agreement with Assam leaders.

Prof. Bhim Singh said that corruption is cancer in the heart of development and it should be fought at all levels.

He hoped that the Maratha leader, Shri Sharad Pawar shall not hesitate to play his most desired role to save India from political anarchy by uniting secular, progressive and democratic forces in the country.