Bhim Singh prophesied Dalit Prime Minister Demands equality for all under law

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party, Member of National Integration Council & Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court while addressing a mammoth annual convention of the Republican Party of India (Athawale) at Constitution Club, New Delhi, Prof.Bhim Singh praised Baba Saheb Ambedkar for his consistent approach towards the integration of the states in the Union while framing the Constitution of India. He said it was his farsightedness that Article 370 was inserted in the Constitution as temporary provision only in spite of big guns wanting it to be a permanent feature. Baba Saheb Ambedkar gave the message to the entire nation that it is Panthers alone which shall constitute a viable alternative to the present political system when he himself instituted a political movement for ensuring the delivery of justice to the wretched of earth (Dalits). He was the only one who established ‘Dalit Panthers Movement’ which is still kicking in some parts of the country. Prof.Bhim Singh was cheered heavily when he said that it was J&K where Panthers Party entered power when it introduced two ministers in J&K government in 2003.

          Prof.Bhim Singh appreciated the leadership of Mr. Ramdas Athawale, President of the Republican Party of India (A) and hoped that he shall lead the movement of all the Dalits which form majority in the country so that power goes to the proletariat and the wretched of the earth. He described the present situation as sad and unfortunate where money and muscle power has been ruling the country, which is totally contrary to the mission that Mahatma Gandhi, Baba Saheb Ambedkar and other leaders wanted to carry to deliver justice and maintain equality in the country.

          The convention was presided by Shri Ramdas Athawale, MP and President of Republican Party of India (A). He welcomed Prof.Bhim Singh as a great friend of the Dalits and has made tremendous sacrifices for the sake of poor and helpless people in our society.