Bhim Singh addresses AMU Alumni in JNU On Sir Syed Day foresees Ultimate Revolution

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Member of National Integration Council late last evening while addressing AMU Alumni (Students) in Jawahar Lal Nehru University paid rich tributes to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (1817-1898), the founder of Aligarh Muslim University. He described Sir Syed as one of the greatest thinkers, philanthropists and revolutionaries in the world. He said that his contribution in building Aligarh Muslim University, a symbol of secular India, shall live in this country forever with identifies unity, integrity and composite culture of the country.Sir Syed, the founder of Aligarh movement.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that India is great and its democracy is the largest in the world. Democracy is flourished by its composite culture, tolerance and human dignity. To make India greater then this needs an Ultimate Revolution to cleanse the minds and hearts of the people that politicians shall have to undertake by selfless acts and tolerance. He said that promote India’s philosophy of human love and dignity all over the world is not possible by cleaning the dirt from the streets or washing the toilets. We

have to under draw a deeper process by cleansing our minds, hearts and souls. Once it is done our streets and our courtyards shall go cleaner forever.

It needs Ultimate Revolution to cleansing the minds and hearts so that we together can strengthen the bonds of composite culture and spirit of secularism.

The Alumni Association in JNU presented a shield to Prof.Bhim Singh.


Kashmir Provincial Committee JKNPP meets CEC in Srinagar, urges for Governor Rule for free and fair elections

Several representatives of several political parties who were invited by the Chief Election Commissioner, Mr. V.S. Sampath today met the CEC in Srinagar. A delegation of the Panthers Party comprising Shri Masood Andrabi (State Vice President) and Shri Farooq Ahmed Dar (Provincial President) met the CEC in Srinagar and explained him the situation that prevails today in Kashmir Valley. The NPP delegation demanded Governor Rule in J&K to ensure free and fair polls in the State. They also told the CEC that there is no governance in the state and the flood-affected people have not been provided relief or compensation for their crop or the damages to their houses, orchids or land. The NPP delegation apprised CEC that there is no political office functioning in Kashmir Valley at its capital, Srinagar because of the total damage caused in Srinagar. They told the CEC that the office of the Panthers Party was completely damaged and there is no space for the party to function in the near future. NPP delegation further explained to the CEC that NPP Chief Patron, Prof.Bhim Singh who visited this week had no place to spend the night because the entire Circuit House, Guest House and all other security places have been demolished by flood. They said that Prof.Bhim Singh had to spend a night in some unknown place.

The Panthers Party delegation also submitted an interim report of the Committee appointed by the Supreme Court regarding relief and rehabilitation process which they said deserves consideration of the CEC to ensure free and fair elections with participation of the people.

The CEC assured to consider all suggestions of the NPP delegation.