Press Release

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Member of National Integration Council has accused NC-Congress Govt. in J&K to harass, intimidate and create coercion against Panthers Party activists discouraging them from taking active political part in the forthcoming election. He said that this fact has been brought to the notice of the Prime Minister and the Home Minister of India. He said that he personally met Shri Ashok Prasad, DGP, J&K with a list of Panthers Party leaders who have been stripped off their security cover, particularly in Kashmir Valley only because the National Conference find a threat to its existence in the Valley.
NPP Supremo has also written a letter to the Governor of J&K urging him for his urgent intervention to provide security cover to the District Presidents and State Office bearers in J&K, particularly in the militancy-torn areas of the State. In his letter to the Governor and DG Police, he mentioned the names of prominent Panthers Party leaders most of whom shall be contesting election for the Assembly and the Parliament. He named Shri Masood Ahmed Andrabi, Vice President (Kulgam) and Shri Manjoor Ahmed Naik (Shopian), General Secretary, S. Daljit Singh, Sr. Vice President whose security was withdrawn by the State Police when Mr. Kuldip Khoda was the DG Police. Similarly, the District Presidents in the sensitive areas have been ripped off their security cover only for the reason that they are associated with the revolutionary Panthers Party which has been fighting against corruption, communalism, terrorism carrying Indian Flag in their hands at historic Lal Chowk.
Prof. Bhim Singh urged Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India for his immediate intervention to ensure reasonable security cover to the foremost Panthers Party leaders who have been campaigning with National Flag in Poonch, Rajouri, Banihal, Kishtwar, Doda, Mahore, Gool, Kashmir Valley so that the national interest may be protected and promoted by the Panthers Party.
Prof. Bhim Singh has threatened that he will take up the matter before the Supreme Court if security cover is not provided to Panthers Party activists operating in terrorist-ridden areas in the State.