Bhim Singh appeals youth of J&K to keep up traditions of communal harmony alive

jantar-manatar office in exile (1)Press Statement of Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party at his Jantar Mantar Camp Office in Exile, New Delhi.
The National Panthers Party shall contest in Bihar Assembly, the names of the candidates and constituencies shall be declared on Sunday. The NPP stands for the implementation of Lok Nayak Jaiprakash Narayan to deliver justice with dignity shall be the mission so that a Movement against corruption, communalism, nepotism and injustice shall be launched by NPP with cooperation of ‘Rashtra Chetna Abhiyan’. Prof.Bhim Singh in reply to a question on coalition/adjustment with any other party said that the parties which are looking for power and money to rob and rule always look for coalition partner sacrificing their commitment to the cause of the people just for the sake of votes and power.
Prof.Bhim Singh said, “I with great missionaries in J&K founded J&K National Panthers Party with a mission to eradicate corruption, communalism, nepotism and illiteracy and destroy the seedling of communalism and sectarianism from the society so that India of the great dreams of Subhash Chander Bose, Mahatma Gandhi and other freedom fighters could be realized. So that India shall read the word in establishing world with complete disarmament, peace in human love. So that there are no more wars, spill of human bloods and bullets.” 
 
On Jammu and Kashmir  
Addressing the media persons from the crowded Jantar Mantar Headquarters, Prof.Bhim Singh appealed the people, particularly the youth and students in J&K to act with wisdom, vision and courage to defeat the forces which intend to destabilize Bharat just to destabilize India so that the Anglo-American Bloc succeeds in their Dixon Plan. The Anglo-American Bloc has been using all its tools to create unrest and sabotage India’s unity ever since 1947.
The NPP Supremo appealed the people of J&K particularly the youth of Kashmir to ensure that communal harmony is maintained at all costs lest the foreign power get a chance to disturb peace. 
In reply to other questions of the latest situation following the ban on cow slaughter has erupted in J&K, the NPP Supremo expressed full faith in the secular character of the people in the state and said that a law was enacted in the state by the Maharaja nearly 100 years ago in full confidence of the people. He said the Constituent Assembly formed in 1951 under the leadership of Sheikh Mohd. Abdullah approved several royal decrees including ban on cow slaughter and state subject. The Jamat-e-Islami MLAs in the Assembly, including Ali Shah Geelani, never raised any objection to this law universally accepted by the people of J&K to show respect to the religious sentiments of non-Muslim fraternity. He said that the Kashmiri Muslims always showed their tolerance, faith in religious co-existence and respect. He praised the Kashmiri Muslim majority for providing all kinds of protection to the minorities in Kashmir during the India’s partition, 1947. He said the Muslims and the non-Muslims have been co-existed as threads interwoven in a cloth. A unique integrated society called Kashmiriat. He said whatever has happened this time it is there because of power hungry politicians who want to create anarchy at any cost by trying to communalize the issues as they have failed on all other fronts in their campaign to provoke violence in Kashmir.
He appealed to the people of the Valley in particular to ensure that communal harmony is not disturbed and the sentiments of the neighbourers are not hurt which is teaching of ‘Islam’. 
Prof.Bhim Singh held the present PDP-BJP government responsible for present disorder, anarchy, lawlessness and rise in militancy in the state. He reiterated Panthers Party’s commitment to uphold the sanctities of Kashmiriat, Ladhakiat and Dogriat by the reorganization of the state and declared that the party shall launch a movement from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in their demands seeking;  
1. Dismissal of J&K Govt. and imposition of Governor’s Rule,
2. Amendment of Article 370 and revocation of Article 35(A).
3. Reorganization of J&K by establishing ‘Twin States’, i). Kashmir Valley & ii). Jammu Pradesh.
4. Dissolution of the present Assembly and fresh Assembly elections under Governor Rule.