Several notables call on Bhim Singh at Jantar Mantar, express solidarity with NPP mission

12019966_1029073137125951_6436309996735162102_n Several notables and prominent persons hailing from different fields of life called on Prof.Bhim Singh at his New Theatre, Jantar Mantar where the NPP Supremo accepted the challenge after his ouster from his office and started the activities of the Panthers Party. The Panthers Party’s senior leaders and office bearers from Delhi, Punjab, Tamilnadu, Bihar, Haryana and other places assured Prof.Bhim Singh that they shall join the movement to strengthen secular, democratic aspirations of the people of the country particularly that of J&K which needs full integration of the state with the rest of the country.

          Mr. Sanjoy Sachdev, former President of Delhi Pradesh Panthers Party, presently Chairman, Love Commandos and his General Secretary, Shri Harsh Malhotra presented bouquet of flowers with assurance that they and their companions are prepared for any sacrifice to ensure that enemies of peace, secularism and democracy shall be defeated under the leadership of NPP Supremo.

          Several ex-servicemen including Brigadiers, Colonels and Sr. retired Army Officers from different parts of the country signed the book of solidarity with Panthers Party appreciating the role of the Panthers Party to keep up the dignity of the national flag, constitution and integrity in J&K. Scores of ex-servicemen who had come to participate in the ‘One Rank One Pension’ rally at Jantar Mantar including several Kashmiri Pandit Migrants came to the newly set up camp office of J&K National Panthers Party at Jantar Mantar and promised that they shall be ready to strengthen the movement of Panthers Party for reorganization of J&K, for the creation of Jammu State, for the amendment in Article 370 and for emotional integration of J&K with the rest of the country.

          Prof.Bhim Singh felt satisfaction on the unexpected response from different sections of society, politics, literature, ex-servicemen and academicians to his movement for reorganization of J&K.