Bhim Singh cautions electorates against corruption, terrorism & communalism

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            Prof.Bhim Singh Panthers Party candidate from Udhampur Parliamentary Constituency warned the people that they must defeat the candidates sponsored by corrupt, communal and terrorist groups. Prof.Bhim Singh with his team addressed several election rallies in Gulabgarh (Padar) bordering Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh. Massive election rallies were addressed from the roof of the ‘Bhim Rath’ which is equipped with PAS system. The Panthers Party put up no platform, no beating of drums, no buntings. Panthers Party candidate Dr. Abid Hussain filed his nomination papers from Anantnag Parliamentary Constituency also. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Panthers Party shall put up its candidate from Srinagar Constituency also. He told the electorates that the Congress party has not able to put a single candidate in the Kashmir Valley whereas National Conference has surrendered entire Jammu Pradesh to the mercy of the Congress. Prof.Bhim Singh accused Congress and NC for the complete sell out of the people of J&K thus causing a threat to the security and development of the people. Prof.Bhim Singh addressed the meeting in Bhalla (Bhaderwah), Seri and town of Bhaderwah. The Panthers Party also took out a march through Seri Bazar appealing the people to vote and support Prof.Bhim Singh. Bhaderwah is the hometown of Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad, the Congress Party candidate from Udhampur.

            Prof.Bhim Singh appealed the people of J&K to support the candidates of the Panthers Party which is only party in the country with its agenda of justice and right. He also appealed the people of Jammu-Poonch Parliamentary Constituency to vote to Shri H.C. Jalmeria, Advocate its candidate from Jammu. Prof.Bhim Singh with his team made it from Kishtwar to Padar arriving in midnight.

            In another letter to the Chief Election Commission Prof.Bhim Singh informed the CEC about the discrimination by the J&K administration at the behest of Chief Minister. So much so, he wrote the CEC, that the Govt. Dak Bungalow was not opened even to use its bathroom. The District Election Officer (District Magistrate) informed Bhim Singh that he is not entitled to be entertained in Dak Bungalow even for a second. This is important to know that Prof.Bhim Singh in ‘Z’ security cover in J&K and his bullet proof security car has not been repaired nor it has any useable tyres. He said that the entire ruling clique is frustrated to see the response of the people from a child to an elderly man who has expressed full support and vote to Prof.Bhim Singh in the election.

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.