NPP leaders call on Chief Election Commissioner Demand intervention for free and fair poll

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party accompanied by Syed Rafiq Shah, MLC, President, Young Panthers called on Shri V.S. Sampath, the Chief Election Commissioner of India this morning and submitted to him several documents relating to violation of Code of Conduct by Dy. Commissioner, Udhampur and demanded an appropriate action without delay.

Prof.Bhim Singh also submitted the names of the candidates contesting election from J&K seeking intervention of the Chief Election Commissioner for providing appropriate security cover to the candidates. The NPP Supremo told the CEC that the candidates announced by political parties other than the Panthers Party have been provided security cover whereas the Panthers Party has been discriminated with.

The Election Commission assured the NPP leaders that the election shall be free and fair and the Commission shall not allow anybody to interfere with the process. The CEC expressed hope that the maximum voters from each district of the Valley and Jammu Pradesh shall record their presence at the polling stations so that they may be in a position to return the candidates of their choice.

Prof.Bhim Singh, however, told the media that there is no governance in J&K and the elections could not be free and fair particularly after Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah have entered into latent accord to rig the polls at any cost.

ISI London protest plan failed to take off


Pakistan ISI with a backing of Pakistan military intended to give a jolt to Nawaz Sharief, Prime Minister of Pakistan in the name of so-called dispute vis-à-vis Jammu and Kashmir. 26th October, 2014 was chosen to stage a protest in the middle of London City of the United Kingdom 66 years after the Accession of J&K with the Union of India by Maharaja Hari Singh.

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party have congratulated the POK youth and students for their superb protest against the organizer of the London march in Trafalgar Square, London when hundreds of young boys from Kotli, Mirpur, Rawalakote, Muzaffrabad and some of them who were released from the Indian jails on the intervention of JKNPP’s petition in the Supreme Court did not allow the Chief Organiser of the programme, Mr. Bilawal Bhutto when he suddenly appeared on the scene to address the so-called one million march against India. There were hardly 1500 participants, half of them, raised a protest against PPP leader Bilawal who intended to launch himself as a leader of anti-India movement by choosing J&K.

Prof.Bhim Singh congratulated the youth of POK, Gilgit, Baltistan, Mirpur and Kotli for sending the right message to the people of Pakistan and to the world that they want a peaceful resolution of the situation on both sides of J&K. The people of India and Pakistan want no more bullets, no more deaths, no more wars and no more Kashmir. The message given by the youth from London to the world is clear and straight that people of India and Pakistan should live in peace and harmony. People of J&K certainly need justice to be done to them. The neo politicians in Pakistan like Bilawal Bhutto should understand that the days of his grandfather 50 years back are over and the people want peace. The people of J&K intend to live in harmony. Let LoC bury all tensions so that the borders go irrelevant.