Bhim Singh addresses election rally in Abdullah’s home District, challenges PM Modi

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party addressed to main election rallies in Gandherbal District making compassionate plea to the voters in the Valley to vote and support Panthers Party candidates who have been agitating from the streets to the Supreme Court for justice and equity for nearly three decades under the leadership of the Panthers Party.

Addressing a massive gathering in Kangan, Prof.Bhim Singh also called on the Hurriyat leaders and angry youth of the Valley to teach a lesson to the corrupt, criminal and communal politicians by the power of the ballot which is their fundamental right. He said that the ballot can do wonders as it did in 1977 by routing out Congress from power and again in 2014 when the people with the power of the ballot demolished 100 years old citadel of the Congress party. He said that the old saying of Moutse Tung that power lies at the ‘barrel of the guns’ has proved total unrealistic and false. Indian democracy, the largest democracy of the world has proved that power lies in the ballot paper and revolution is possible without violence and without guns.

Prof.Bhim Singh accused the State politicians that include PDP, NC, Congress and now BJP who have been exploiting the innocent people of J&K for power they want satta (power) only least caring about the welfare, development and harmony. He said Modi’s so-called mission 44, a ‘waterloo’ in J&K because Modi is interested in power not for the welfare of people nor he has any mission to restore harmony, normalcy or democracy in J&K. People of J&K are looking for a new era where they can live with dignity and honour, peace and harmony without the shadow of guns. Modi’s mission 44 is a mirage and his betrayal of his own party’s manifesto has caused ripples inside his own party. The NPP Supremo also exposed NC and PDP for their ‘under the table’ hidden agenda with BJP just gain power.

Prof.Bhim Singh also introduced JKNPP candidates Mr. Abdul Rashid Ganie in Kangan and Ali Mohd. Baba in Gandherbal, home constituency of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.

Others who also addressed the meeting included M/s. Abdul Rashid Ganie, Ali Mohd. Baba, Masood Andrabi, Farooq Ahmed Dar, Provincial President, Maqbool Malik and Mehboob Illabi (both Secretaries of the party) and others.

Earlier addressing a press conference in Srinagar NPP Supremo introduced five Panthers Party candidates contesting election in Kupwara and others.