Amit Shah, Jitendra Singh, air dash to Doda District to counter Prof.Bhim Singh in election campaign

Mr. Asim Shah, President of BJP, Dr. Jitendra Singh, State Union Minister and several other BJP leaders from Punjab, Haryana have been deputed by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to rush to J&K in order to counter the tide created by the election campaign launched by the Panthers Party under the leadership of Prof. Bhim Singh, the founder of the Panthers Party. Prof.Bhim Singh addressed several meetings in Banihal and Ramban constituencies yesterday. Mr. Amit Shah landed in his helicopter with his team to counter the charges made by Prof.Bhim Singh on the conduct of the BJP government. Panthers Party District President was kidnapped in the midnight by Amit Shah men from Ramban and forcibly baptized on same day when Prof.Bhim Singh was to address an election rally in Ramban. Prof.Bhim Singh is matching the helicopter campaign of the Congress, BJP and NC through his old broken vehicle successfully. From Ramban he managed to reach Desa, a most neglected village in Doda District and Ramban Constituency. While he was addressing a meeting in Desa this morning Dr. Jitendra Singh followed him in his helicopter whereas Chief Minister Omar Abdullah chose another village Bhata in Desa itself to vomit his hatred and anger towards Panthers Party.

Prof.Bhim Singh while addressing a massive election rally in Desa this morning laughed away at the pathetic condition of the ruling parties in Delhi, Kashmir who have out of sheer frustration launched a campaign against the parties’ agenda to create Jammu State.

Prof.Bhim Singh drove last night to reach Desa at midnight where he stayed in Dalit house where hundreds of people received him with beating of drums and slogans expressing full support to the Panthers Party and vote for its symbol ‘bicycle’.

Prof.Bhim Singh while congratulating the people of Desa and appealing them to vote for its candidate Shri Suresh Kumar Bhagat who is the resident of the same village. He said that the Panthers Party is the first political party to field an Assembly candidate in Ramban constituency from Desa. Prof.Bhim Singh said that Desa is living in the Stone Age, no drinking water, no electricity, a secondary school without teachers and staff, a local dispensary with no doctor or medicines at all and the people live on the mercy of God alone. He accused BJP and National Conference for exploiting people in the name of religion whereas Congress has been exploiting the people in the name of militancy.

Prof.Bhim Singh also charged the officers appointed by the Election Commission of India as District Returning Officers for using its rules against the Panthers Party alone. He said that two days back a Panthers Party vehicle was picked up from its headquarters in Jammu, where no notification has been issued for the election. He said that Observers of the Election Commission are harassing the Panthers Party candidates and even not allowing them to use flags in their own office or on their own vehicles. On the other hand, Prof.Bhim Singh said that entire city of Srinagar is decorated with the flags of Congress, NC and BJP. All the roads in Doda, Kishtwar and Ramban Districts are shining with the BJP, Congress and NC flags and banners. Prof.Bhim Singh in a strong protest letter requested Election Commission of India to rein its Observers if it is interested to hold free and fair election.

Prof.Bhim Singh accompanied by Vice President, Mohd. Iqbal Choudhary and others senior leaders of the Panthers Party dashed to Chhatroo in Kishtwar District which is a constituent of Inderwal Constituency in Doda District.

District Returning Officer favouring BJP, Congress & NC in J&K

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron, National Panthers Party in his letter addressed to the Chief Election Commissioner of India made a strong protest against the District Returning Officer of Jammu District who has been harassing the Panthers Party workers, creating hurdles in their movement to campaign for the party. NPP Supremo accused District Returning Officer who has got Panthers Party vehicles lifted from its office, NPP headquarters in Jammu District Returning Officer has threatened with dire consequences if all the flags, banners and posters are not removed from the party office. This party office (30-B, Gandhinagar) has been duly allotted to Prof.Bhim Singh by the state.
Prof.Bhim Singh in his letter to CEC accused that some observers are acting at the behest of BJP and the State government to harass the party workers. The District Returning Officer has got Panthers Party vehicles lifted and refused to return the vehicles in spite of the fact that the office of the Chief Electoral Officer has given appropriate permission to use the loudspeakers with PAS.