Prof. Bhim Singh with Panthers Party leaders dare move from Batote to Pull Doda facing thunder storm

Prof.Bhim Singh with Panthers Party leaders who started around Jammu Pradesh political movement on 8th March, 2016 reached Batote from Ramban with their strong mission for Reorganization of J&K and establishment of Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir State, addressed Panthers Party meetings in Doda and Bhadarwah.  He invited the Panthers Party activists to participate in the 34th Foundation Day of the Panthers Party being held in Parade Ground Jammu on 23rd March, 2016

Prof.Bhim Singh appealed the people of Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir Valley to support the movement of the Panthers Party for the establishment Jammu State and Kashmir Valley State in the interest of the people of Jammu and Kashmir who have been suffering for want of equity, justice and civil & fundamental rights. He said that Article 370 became dead on August 20, 1952 when the Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir under the leadership of Sheikh Mohd. Abdullah abolished Monarchy in the state while Maharaja Hari Singh was living in exile in Bombay in 1961. Prof. Bhim Singh said that it was the blunder on the part of the national leadership, who it may be, for keeping the dead body of Article 370 in the shape of a Cobra. He said that Jammu and Kashmir was not merged with the Union of India in 1950 and it merged automatically the day Jammu and Kashmir merged with the union of India on 20th August, 1952 when monarchy was abolished. He said an Article 370 has become infructuous and redundant since then. He said that time has come the people of Jammu and Kashmir should be given benefit of all fundamental rights in the Constitution of India as are enjoyed by rest of the Indian citizens.

The meeting was addressed by several Panthers Party leaders and the Panthers Party Celebration Committee of 11 members was formed. Prof. Bhim Singh also addressed Panthers Party workers meeting in Bhaderwah (34 kms. to the north) which was presided by Ch. Mohd. Iqbal, State Vice-President of JKNPP.  Bhadarwah Panthers Party in a resolution condemned the state government for ignoring the plight of the people of Bhaderwah which is known as Switzerland of J&K, Bhaderwah has produced national famed personality in the field of defence, education and other fields. 

Prof. Bhim Singh declared that Bhaderwah shall be a Mini-capital of Jammu Pradesh which has an international capacity of tourism with its grand surroundings, forests and natural beauty. The local political activists demanded supply of ration, adequate number of teachers in the school, reconstruction of the 29kms. long road from Bhaderwah to Pull Doda. 

The Party General Secretary Ms. Anita Thakur expressed shock that a leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha, Mr. Ghulam Nabi Azad who belongs to Bhaderwah has not cared a bit for the welfare of this area when he was Chief Minister for two years. He accused Mr. Azad for assaulting, arresting and ignoring the plight of his own home town when he was CM in 2007. This is matter of shame that Mr. Ghulam Nabi Azad could not repair 29 kms. road from Pull Doda to Bhaderwah which is his home town. 

Prof. Bhim Singh and his Panthers Party leaders move from Bhadarwah to Kishtwar, a historic place where Gen. Zorawar Singh held his Dogra Army Training Camp in 1840 and finally snatched Ladakh from the Chinese occupation by 1842 and made them integral part of Jammu and Kashmir. 

The prominent Panther Party leaders who addressed the rallies in Ramban, Batote, Doda, Bhaderwah and other places included M/s. Sewa Singh Bali (State Gen. Secretary PTU), Shakeel Ahmad, (President District Ramban PTU), Abdul Hamid (Ex-ZEO) President District Doda, Neeraj Singh, Imtyaz Ahmad Zonal (President Kishtwar-Doda), Pritam Kumar (District Secretary Doda) etc. 

Prof. Bhim Singh and party left Pull Doda at 4:00 p.m. for Kishtwar where he shall address the Panthers Party district rally and invite the Panthers Party to participate Panther Party 34th Foundation Day at Parade Ground Jammu on 23rd March 2016.