Reorganization Mission spreads fast in J&K NPP Supremo heads the movement

chenani-1The mission, reorganization of J&K is spreading fast in Jammu Pradesh from Kishtwar to Poonch and Banihal to Kathua as the people are eagerly waiting for the next wonder, State of Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir Valley. The Panthers Party has taken this mission to reorganize Jammu and Kashmir by establishing a Kashmir Valley State and Jammu Pradesh by the next year. The Panthers Party team led by Prof. Bhim Singh which has been travelling since 8th March, 2016 started the mission this morning from Kud addressed a strong public meeting in Sudhmahadev and Chenani with a mission, reorganization of J&K so that the people of Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir Valley shall live in peace, dignity and honour. Prof.Bhim Singh told the massive gathering in Chenani Constituency which he represented twice as MLA. The Panthers Party was founded in Chenani when Prof.Bhim Singh was a sitting MLA of the Congress Party in 1982.

          Prof.Bhim Singh cautioned the Central government to treat the people of Jammu Pradesh as human beings and ensure social, political and economic justice to the helpless starving people of Jammu Pradesh. He said that schools have no teachers, the government has not supplied rtion to the people in Jammu region for the past four months, the government has failed to pay the wages to the daily wagers/casual labours for the past four months in the entire Jammu region. He urged Governor, Shri N.N. Vohra to depute his team to verify and investigate the reason as why the villagers have been denied food even. Prof.Bhim Singh said that nearly 500 primary and middle schools in Jammu rural areas have been closed and thousands of students have been deprived of schooling. He said the schools were established by Shri Harsh Dev Singh (Chief of NPP) when he was Education Minister from 2003 to 2006. Prof.Bhim Singh said that there is rule of anarchy and the people are getting restless whereas there is no governance in J&K.

          Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, President JKNPP and Ex-MLA from Udhampur joined the caravan of the Panthers Party at Chenani this morning. He also addressed the massive gathering of the people asking the Govt. of J&K and the Union Govt. to deliver justice to the poor villagers, employees, daily wagers and even patients (the local dispensaries and hospitals have almost collapsed under the prevailing situation). Mr. Mankotia called on the NPP workers to participate in the Panthers Party rally being organized in Jammu Parade Ground on his 34th Foundation Day.

          Ms. Anita Thakur made a strong appeal to the women to join the Panthers Party activities and hoped that the next government shall be led by the Panthers Party in Jammu Pradesh. Several other Panthers Party activists also addressed the rallies.