100,000 police personnel in J&K denied right to vote.

Hon’ble Shri V.S. Sampath
Chief Election Commissioner
Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road,
New Delhi

Sub:- 100,000 police personnel in J&K denied right to vote.

Sir,
This is another tragedy in the political history of J&K that over 100,000 police personnel engaged in different important places like Air Force, VIP security cover, police stations and in other places have not been allowed to take leave to cast their votes in the election. There is no arrangement/polling facilities for police personnel to cast their votes in place or places of their duty in the State. Though this facility has been provided to other employees engaged in civil services. The denial of voting right to a police man on duty is direct assault on democracy and rule of law.
I would like to request you to intervene in the matter so that the police personnel on duty outside their homes and the way from their polling stations shall not be deprived of their legitimate right to vote.
With kind regards,

Yours sincerely,

Prof.Bhim Singh
Chief Patron

Grave violation of MCC by Shri Narendra Modi

Chief Election Commission of India

Nirvachan Sadan,

New Delhi

 

Sub:-   Grave violation of MCC by Shri Narendra Modi

 

Sir,

 

This is sad news for democracy in India that the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) is being flouted by a person no less than Shri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India.  I would like to present the following facts, which deserves urgent attention of Hon’ble CEC;

  1. The Prime Minister has been misusing his position as Prime Minister. Army helipads are used by him in J&K which are not available to other political parties.
  2. The Prime Minister has visited and still visiting each district in J&K at the expense of state. Crores of rupees are being spent for installing security covers, pillars and for decoration of political platform at the expense of state exchequer.
  3. The Prime Minister frequent aerial visits in Jammu and Kashmir has added to the political permission disturbing movement of all other political parties. This has denied the right of election campaign to all political parties except BJP.
  4. In this regard I shall refer two instances.  Shri Modi visited Srinagar on 8th December, 2014 on his election tour in Kashmir Valley.  Four meetings organized by JKNPP in Srinagar were cancelled as undeclared curfew was imposed in the entire Valley.  This also stopped all political parties to campaign in Kashmir Valley for two days.
  5. Mr. Modi visited two districts in Jammu Pradesh; Kathua and Rajouri where elections shall be held on 20th December, 2014.  All the routes leading to Jammu were automatically jammed for hours.  I was trapped in jam on the National Highway between Kathua and Jammu for hours with the result I could not attend any political meeting in Kathua District.
  6. That the election campaign in Jammu District could not be held because of Shri Modi’s rally in Jammu city.  Party Legislators namely Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia MLA President JKNPP and Shri Yashpal Kundal MLA State President Young Panthers were locked in traffic jam for hours from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. with the result they could not attend any election campaign committee this day in Assembly Constituencies, Chhamb, Akhnoor, Domana and Marh.
  7. That the fundamental rights of the political parties have been grossly violated because of the unscheduled and improper public meetings of the Prime Minister.  The

State and Central machinery and agencies are being used to fetch the voters from far off places to gather them for the PM’s rallies.  This is talk of every person that each person so hired is being paid Rs. 300/- by the agencies with a promise that he/she shall get another Rs. 300/- if he/she votes for Modi.  How far is election free and fair? I would like to understand from the Hon’ble Chief Election Commissioner of India who is widely known for his integrity?

  1. This letter may be treated as a petition to be adjudicated on the principles of natural justice.

I would like to urge Hon’ble CEC to extend election in the 5th phase in J&K to another three days which have been lost because of Prime Minister Modi’s unscheduled and irregular visits to woo the voters.

Sir, this is in the interest of democracy and rule of law that all kind of corrupt practices should be stopped in the interest of Parliamentary Democracy and its future which stands threatened under new“Prime Minister Modi order”

With regards,

Yours Sincerely,

Sd/- Prof. Bhim Singh

Chief Patron NPP

Bhim Singh challenges Prime Minister Modi to join a debate on one platform on his blunders

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party addressing several corner meetings in Gandhi Nagar Assembly constituency challenged Prime Minister Modi to share one platform to debate with him on his falling foreign policy, home policy and his developmental projects. Prof. Bhim Singh accused Shri Narendra Modi for creating conflict in the society in the name of religion which is threatening the unity, integrity and social ethos.  He said Prime Minister Modi has violated the rule of law and misused his authority as Prime Minister of India.  He said Modi has committed more than 21 blunders since he took over as Prime Minister of the country.  His latest blunder is violating Model Code of Conduct (MCC) by using state exchequer to ignite election campaign in Jammu and Kashmir thus becoming the first Prime Minister in the country to hold 11 election meetings in one state (J&K) at the expense of the state which costs a nation more than Rs.55 crores is the first Prime Minister to commit a blunder by setting anti-national elements as his party candidates.  Prime Minister Modi first casualty is BJP with the democratic functioning going in the party.  Modi’s grave blunder in Kashmir is his Mission Kashmir which is decorated with separate map of Jammu and Kashmir.  Mr. Modi’s message to the enemies of the country is highly dangerous trend.  Prof. Bhim Singh told strong gathering during his election speeches in Gandhi Nagar where Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretary-JKNPP is the candidate.  She will be the first woman MLA from Gandhi Nagar Assembly constituency in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly.

Ms. Anita Thakur appealed to the voters in his constituency that she shall serve the people irrespective of their party affiliation thought is religion.  She said that Haq-Insaf is mission of the party and she shall not fail in this mission for everybody including refugees, 1947, 1965, 1971 and Jammu migrant of 1999,  unemployed youth, contractual employees, daily wagers ReT teachers, ex-servicemen, farmers and women folk which have remained neglected for the past 64 years.

Prof. Bhim Singh also addressed his massive election rallies in Thathri in Nagrota constituency where Vilakshan Singh advocate and General Secretary of Young Panthers is the heavy weight candidate.

Prime Minister misusing his position Bhim Singh protests with CEC

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party visited several areas in Assembly constituencies of Kathua District namely, Hiranagar, Billawar and Kathua along with party candidates; Shri Ravinder Billeoria in Billawar, Shri Jagdish Raj in Hiranagar and Shri Balbir Singh in Kathua are contesting Assembly election.

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Prof.Bhim Singh warned the Election Commission of India that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is flying over the heads of the people by using government helicopters like kites in the election. He said that it is free for Prime Minister only who is dashing his helicopters in almost every village and town which costs state exchequer crores of rupees every day. Prof.Bhim Singh accused Prime Minister for using Central agencies to hire the people for his election rallies were brought from Punjab. He said that each person is paid Rs.300/- to attend the rally with free meals and a promise he shall get another Rs.300/- if he votes for BJP. Prof.Bhim Singh wondered at the criminal silence of the Election Commission who is watching gross violation of Code of Conduct. Prime Minister has visited in every district and most of the constituencies in Jammu Pradesh where election shall be held in the 5th phase on 20th December, 2014. Prof.Bhim Singh asked CEC how he shall compensate the loss of days by every opposition party in J&K because of the frequent flights by Prime Minister, Modi setting all the public routes, blocking all the public roads even the National Highway the day Prime Minister Modi visits a particular district. He said that he could not reach the meeting venues in Kathua and Jammu Districts today which were closed for the entry of private vehicles. Same thing happened in December 8, 2014 during the election rallies of Prime Minister Modi in Srinagar. He asked CEC to justify allowing Prime Minister to take dozen of flights every week in J&K resulting into curfew like situation where no non-BJP party can continue election campaign.

Prof.Bhim Singh demanded explanation from CEC and justify whether this is free and fair election? If this kind of a campaign by Prime Minister Modi not a criminal offence besides being a corrupt practice.

Prof.Bhim Singh appealed to the voters in Jammu Pradesh to defeat BJP which has caused a serious threat to parliamentary democracy by misusing the state power, money and administration and literally hijacked the electoral process. He warned that such a trend shall prove counter productive and a serious threat to democracy.

Vote only for parties whose leader publically says, ‘Jai Hind’

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party while addressing several election meetings in the bordering Assembly Constituency of Domana, Marh, Bishnah today warned the people to beware of the politicians who are not publically say, ‘Jai Hind’ only to appease the anti-national elements. He also urged the Chief Election Commissioner of India to derecognize all such parties as have been provoking the voters against the unity, integrity and sovereignty of India.  He appealed the voters to not to vote for such parties which are not prepared to say ‘Jai Hind’.  He said that the main party’s leaders like Mufti Mohd. Sayeed and Omar Abdullah have never uttered this word and still they are claiming to be loyal to the country.

Prof. Bhim Singh said that how a nationalist who wants to live in peace and harmony could support a party which is mother of Resettlement Act, terrorism, PSA and all other anti-people laws including Roshni Act.  He said that it is only Panthers Party whose manifesto is justice (Haq-Insaf) and which wants to bring peace in the state through the power of the ballot.