Bhim Singh addresses ex-servicemen at Jantar Mantar assures full support from Kashmir to Kanyakumari

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party who is also son of an ex-serviceman, Thakur Birbal who fought in the Second World War and served in Indian National Army (INA), today expressed full support and solidarity from the families of all ex-servicemen in the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in support of their mission, ‘One Rank One Pension’. He was addressing the ex-servicemen strong protest at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi. The ex-servicemen last week turned away Congress Vice President, Rahul Gandhi when he came to meet them at Jantar Mantar.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that ex-servicemen united entire country from east to the west and north to the south and brought entire civil society to a common platform in New Delhi to ensure that Mahabharata of 21st century shall be fought in the Hastinapur (Delhi). He said, “I have not come here as a Panthers Party representative or as a lawyer but as a son of an ex-serviceman and a descendent of General Zorawar Singh who wrote the history of India’s integration by his blood extending India’s boundary to Lahasa (China) and Central East Asia (Afghanistan) in the middle of 19th century. I have come here to express my support to the ex-servicemen in whatever way they need through pen or sword.”                         

          Col. Raj Thakur, cousin of Prof.Bhim Singh and Ms. Sudesh Dogra, daughter of Sub. Krishan Singh accompanied him.


Sd/-Rajiv Jolly Khosla, 

President, Delhi Pradesh Panthers Party