NPP Supremo condoles death of its worker in Basantgarh in accident

Prof. Bhim Sigh, Chief Patron of NPP visited Basantgarh hospital to express condolence on the most shocking of its activist Mr. Krishan Singh of Amroh late last evening while he was travelling with Shri Shanker Dass Sarpanch Amroh to attend NPP election rally. Mr. Shanker Dass was seriously injured with his leg and arm broken. Mr. Harsh Dev Singh MLA, Chairman JKNPP visited Udhampur Hospital this morning to wish him immediate recovery. Mr. Shanker Dass Sarpanch Amroh and State Secretary of J&K Panthers Kissan Council have been working for Panthers Party campaign in Ramnagar, Chennai, Udhampur and other areas. Prof. Bhim Singh expressed shock on the untimely, unexpected, unnatural tragic death of Shri Krishan Singh.

Prof. Bhim Singh addressed several election rallies in Kirchi (Dudu), Basantgarh, Shivgali, Gandhtop, Majouri, Chhatrai, Keya, Kaitha, Kulwanta, Amroh, Ramnagar etc. He accused both the National Parties Congress and BJP for exploiting the voters of Jammu and Kashmir particularly that of Jammu Pradesh in the name of religion and cast. He asked Prime Minister Modi, why he did not give mandate to his seventh sitting MLA, instead, BJP gave mandate to the defectors from Congress, Panthers Party for example BJP hijack Congress Ex-MP Ch. Lal Singh and give him BJP mandate.  BJP literally kidnapped Panthers Party election candidate of 2008 in Ramban and give him the BJP mandate. Prof. Bhim Singh asked Mr. Modi to justify BJP’s mandate to a Youth Congress activist in Ramnagar (Udhampur District).  He said that BJP has given its mandates to surrendered militants and terrorists in Kashmir Valley who have started threatening to raise guns against Parliament if Article 370 is touched.

Prof. Bhim Singh wondered Mr. Modi has correct information on J&K. He called on the people of Kashmir while addressing in meeting Kishtwar to throughout two Khandan (families) who have been ruling in J&K and looting for the past 10 years.  Least he knew that in J&K Assembly term is six years (not five years).  Mr. Modi is still talking of five years. 

Prof. Bhim Singh accused NC Congress government for direct discrimination against Jammu Pradesh on the distribution of relief to the flood victims in violation of the Supreme Court order on JKNPP petition.  He said that not a single grain of food has been given to the flood victims in Udhampur, Kathua, Jammu, Rajouri, Poonch and other areas of Jammu Pradesh who lost their crops in the recent flood. 

Prof Bhim Singh invited the electorates particularly in Ramnagar constituency that they are electing their next Chief Minister as Panthers Party candidate is only capable, acceptable and a true representative of the Panthers Party, the only recognized party in the State from Jammu Pradesh.