PM Modi must answer Mufti’s comments in praise of Pak Army & terrorists in J&K polls

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party wondered on the lame questions by the Members of Parliament on the highly treasonable remarks made by BJP supported J&K Chief Minister on his very first day of crowning (Taajposhi) in the presence of Shri Narendra Modi, RSS backed Prime Minister of India in the winter capital Jammu in J&K. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Members of Parliament jointly should have taken up this matter with Shri Narendra Modi and flashed his reaction whether he supported the public statement of J&K Chief Minister giving credit to Pakistan, the terrorists and the so-called separatists for the peaceful Assembly elections in J&K with highest participation of the electorates.

Prof.Bhim Singh described such a statement by a BJP-sponsored Chief Minister as highly mischievous, which gives an undesirable message to the people of J&K as if entire J&K is living on the mercy of Pakistani government, terrorists and the so-called Hurriyat Party. He said that Prime Minister Modi owes the responsibility for such a remarks as Mr. Modi represents a coalition government with his party (BJP) and therefore the Prime Minister cannot absolve himself from the smokes unleashed all over the country because of such an anti-national utterances by a BJP supported Chief Minister and that too in a highly sensitive State like J&K. He said that it is responsibility of the Prime Minister to let the mission no if he supports Mr. Modi’s remarks? If he does, all the nationalist political parties and the civil society must choose a right way to oppose, expose and finally depose such a government in the state. If PM does not support Muti’s remarks then he has to explain why Mufti government should not be sacked in the national interest and security. Above all, this is the time when the entire nation should express gratitude to all the security forces including defence forces, state police and others who are engaged to provide security to the citizens inside the state and safety from the external aggression and infiltration.

Prof.Bhim Singh also appealed to the political parties and the civil society to take up the matter at all levels and platforms to expose the conspiracy against the enemy agents inside and outside the country.

He expressed gratitude to all those disciplines who have been looking after security of the state and defense of the country as well as the people of J&K who exposed the myth of Pak supremacy in the maintenance of law and order inside the state by participating in electoral process during the Assembly elections. He said credit goes to the people of J&K who dared cast their votes in spite of all threats by the terrorists and busy bodies in J&K.

Bhim Singh’s youngest sister met accidental death in Udhampur

Prof.Bhim Singh’s youngest sister Mrs. Ganeshi Kumari passed away in the morning hours today in Udhampur Hospital. She was struck by motorcycle last evening.

Prof.Bhim Singh could not attend her last journey because he got the tragic news late in Delhi. Prof.Bhim Singh had five brothers (six all). He is the sole surviving out of six brothers. Out of five sisters, two had died in hospital for want of proper medical treatment. Mrs. Ganeshi Kumari was the only sister who did her schooling from Arya Vidhyalay Jammu. Prof.Bhim Singh during his visit to Udhampur met the family at their residence last week only.

In a condolence message to the family, Prof.Bhim Singh said,“This is one of the greatest tragedies in his life where he lost his youngest sister who was among the most dear ones.” In his message to the family members, her husband Shri Samsher Singh, and her sons and daughters, Prof.Bhim Singh expressed his condolences and sympathy with the family and prayed that God may give them strength and courage to bear this tragic loss.