Civil society wakes up to call of history, great hope for future of Jammu Pradesh

Mahraja Ranjeet singh the king of Punjab

Mahraja Ranjeet singh the king of Punjab (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Prof.Bhim Singh, Founder of J&K National Panthers Party expressed a great hope in the rise of the civil society in coordination with the lawyers and academician fraternity which is destined to bring a scientific change in socio-political sphere of Jammu Pradesh. He said that this is only way to provide social security to the people of Kashmir Valley which can grow and developed as a secured society as a twin state in J&K. He said that Kashmir Valley was a province of the Punjab under Maharaja Ranjit Singh and this province of Punjab was merged into J&K in 1846 under the Treaty of Amritsar which had been opposed by Kashmiri leadership including Sheikh Mohd. Abdullah and his National Conference. He said that J&K has three strong cultural and social entities and each one; Ladakh, Kashmir and Jammu Pradesh have different cultural, linguistic and social identities which need to be appreciated by all democratic and secular forces inside and outside the state.

          Prof.Bhim Singh congratulated the lawyers’ fraternity and the notables from the civil society of Jammu Pradesh for sitting together to work out a joint action plan as to what needs to be done at this stage to save J&K as integral part of India and ensure that the enemies of India led by Anglo-American Bloc do not dare interfere with the internal security of India. He said that Anglo-American Bloc with the help of ISI have been maneuvering divide Jammu Pradesh in order to create communal divide in Jammu Pradesh to enable old Dixon Plan proposed by Jewish Australian Judge as UN Observer in J&K in 1951. The unity of Jammu is in the greater interest the security of the country and that could be done by the reorganization of the state by establishing twin state formula by creating Kashmir Valley state and Jammu Pradesh which is possible by amending Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. He said that Parliament is sovereign and competent to amend any provision of the Constitution of India in the interest of unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation.

Prof.Bhim Singh had organized a grand meeting of the civil society in Jammu Club last month which was participated by several prominent political personalities and notables from the society including ex-Army Generals, Congress leaders who endorsed the Magna Carta, 1268 for Jammu Pradesh to ensure political equality, social and linguistic protection which alone can save the people of J&K from further death and destruction.

          Prof.Bhim Singh called on Panthers Party leadership in J&K and the volunteers to continue their struggle with care and caution as they have been doing after the Assembly election in J&K. He said the people of J&K have started missing the Panthers Party inside the legislature and they want return of Panthers Party back to the legislature so that the voice of the people shall echo once again from the floors of the legislature. He hoped that civil society shall continue its agenda without any hesitation or interruption.

Civil society wakes up to call of history, great hope for future of Jammu Pradesh

Prof.Bhim Singh, Founder of J&K National Panthers Party expressed a great hope in the rise of the civil society in coordination with the lawyers and academician fraternity which is destined to bring a scientific change in socio-political sphere of Jammu Pradesh. He said that this is only way to provide social security to the people of Kashmir Valley which can grow and developed as a secured society as a twin state in J&K. He said that Kashmir Valley was a province of the Punjab under Maharaja Ranjit Singh and this province of Punjab was merged into J&K in 1846 under the Treaty of Amritsar which had been opposed by Kashmiri leadership including Sheikh Mohd. Abdullah and his National Conference. He said that J&K has three strong cultural and social entities and each one; Ladakh, Kashmir and Jammu Pradesh have different cultural, linguistic and social identities which need to be appreciated by all democratic and secular forces inside and outside the state.

Portrait of Maharaja Ranjit Singh

Portrait of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

          Prof.Bhim Singh congratulated the lawyers’ fraternity and the notables from the civil society of Jammu Pradesh for sitting together to work out a joint action plan as to what needs to be done at this stage to save J&K as integral part of India and ensure that the enemies of India led by Anglo-American Bloc do not dare interfere with the internal security of India. He said that Anglo-American Bloc with the help of ISI have been maneuvering divide Jammu Pradesh in order to create communal divide in Jammu Pradesh to enable old Dixon Plan proposed by Jewish Australian Judge as UN Observer in J&K in 1951. The unity of Jammu is in the greater interest the security of the country and that could be done by the reorganization of the state by establishing twin state formula by creating Kashmir Valley state and Jammu Pradesh which is possible by amending Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. He said that Parliament is sovereign and competent to amend any provision of the Constitution of India in the interest of unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation.

Prof.Bhim Singh had organized a grand meeting of the civil society in Jammu Club last month which was participated by several prominent political personalities and notables from the society including ex-Army Generals, Congress leaders who endorsed the Magna Carta, 1268 for Jammu Pradesh to ensure political equality, social and linguistic protection which alone can save the people of J&K from further death and destruction.

          Prof.Bhim Singh called on Panthers Party leadership in J&K and the volunteers to continue their struggle with care and caution as they have been doing after the Assembly election in J&K. He said the people of J&K have started missing the Panthers Party inside the legislature and they want return of Panthers Party back to the legislature so that the voice of the people shall echo once again from the floors of the legislature. He hoped that civil society shall continue its agenda without any hesitation or interruption.