Bhim Singh gives thrilling turn to his election campaign, appeals voters to defeat corrupt, criminal and communal

Prof.Bhim Singh with his team campaigning in the hilly and militancy prone areas of erstwhile District of Doda gave a thrilling turn in his election campaign. Prof.Bhim Singh is Panthers Party candidate from Udhampur Parliamentary Constituency accompanied by battery of Young Panthers activists Prof.Bhim Singh alarmed the electorates of the sensitive of state of J&K about the security threat to the country’s borders generated by the corrupt, authoritarian, criminal and communal leadership. He warned massive election rallies in Kishtwar, Doda, Khaleni, Premnagar, Thathri that the real threat to India’s security and democracy comes from three factors, namely, Corruption, terrorism and communalism. He accused all the three major parties in J&K saying that corruption is born in the womb of Congress whereas the National Conference is the real mother of terrorism in the state; however, the BJP is mother of communalism. He appealed the voters to defeat Congress, National Conference and BJP in J&K so that peace returns once again in the State. The Panthers Party Lok Sabha candidate from Udhampur appealed the people to vote for the Panthers Party because this is the only party he said, which stands for full integration of J&K with the rest of India and end of all forms of corruption and communalism in the country. He attacked USA for fomenting trouble particularly the North-East, Afghanistan, Pakistan. He accused USA for the death and destruction in Iraq, Palestine, Libya, Sudan and other areas in the world.

He regretted that the leadership in India failed to consolidate the centuries’ old friendship with the Arab World he said that with the exit of Indira Gandhi Govt. the foreign policy vis-à-vis Arabs failed to deliver. Prof. Bhim Singh blamed successive Parliament in India which deliberately kept J&K out of the jurisdiction of the Parliament. He said that rise of militancy in J&K was mainly due to that factor.

The other who spoke in the rallies M/s. Mohd. Iqbal Choudhary, Vice President-JKNPP, Anil Parihar, Provincial General, Jammu Pradesh, Pushpinder Manhas, Sr. State Vice President, R.P. Sharma, Political Secretary, Imtiaz Ahmed, District President Doda, Rajinder Wazir, District President, Kishtwar, Bahadur Singh, Provincial Secretary-JKNPP, Ex-serviceman Thakur Pritam Singh and Subhash Gupta, District General Secretary, Doda, Shanker Das, General Secretary, Kisan Council and Sachin Sambyal, District President-NPSU.

In spite of deafening thunders, lightening and rain the Panthers Party leaders dared the challenge of Indra Devta (God of rain), defied weather and addressed massive rallies in the respective places.

Prof.Bhim Singh and the party leaders proceeded to the Padar in the Kishtwar District which is bordering Himachal Pradesh and China on one side and Ladakh region on the other. Gulabgarh in Padar was the base camp office of Dogra General Zorawar Singh from 1936 to 1942. He was the only General in the world who with his couple of hundreds Dogra soldiers crossed to Ladakh from glacier Zanskar in 1938 and annexed entire Ladakh and Gilgit region with Bharata.