NPP holds urgent meeting in Kashmir
Resolves to continue fight for justice

An emergency meeting of NPP of its Kashmir province held in Srinagar (Kashmir) today under the chairmanship of Provincial President, Farooq Ahmed Dar. Prof.Bhim Singh was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Other senior members who participated included M/s. Masood Andrabi (Vice President-JKNPP), Mohd.Manjoor Ahmed Naik, H.S. Jamwal (State General Secretaries), Maqbool Malik, Mehboob Illahi, (State Secretaries), Abdul Rashid Ganie (District President-Gandherbal), Ghulam Nabi Khatana (Secretary-Panchayats Forum, Kashmir) and others. The special meeting resolved to continue Panthers Party fight for justice, equity and rule of law against the rulers and other exploiters so that justice shall flow to every home in Kashmir also.

The meeting also resolved that it shall fight for granting all fundamental rights to all the people in J&K who have remained deprived of the fundamental rights which are applicable to all other citizens of India. The committee felt that J&K Constitution has no chapter or mentioning of fundamental rights which is against the human rights and does not go with the universal provision of human rights in the constitutions of democratic and civilized country.

The Kashmir Panthers Party leaders also adopted the declaration of the Panthers Party declared in Jammu to not to contest Assembly elections against first female Chief Minister of J&K. The Kashmir Unit of the Panthers Party shall take a final decision on the role of Panthers Party vis-à-vis Anantnag Assembly election to decide the next role of the party in Anantnag Constituency.  

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party congratulated the Kashmir leadership of the Panthers Party for keeping the voice of truth and equity high in spite of untold difficulties and problems created by the political rivals in Kashmir. Prof.Bhim Singh declared that the Panthers Party in Kashmir Valley shall be free to adopt its next action programme so that justice is ensured to every Kashmiri irrespective of his political thought or religion or region.

The Kashmir Panthers Party also suggested to hold state conclave of the party in the first week of August instead in June because of the holy Ramzan and weather.

The meeting of the Secretariat also condemned attack and killing of security personnels in Bijbehra (District Anantnag) yesterday. The party called on all angry youth to join the Panthers Party so that a battle could faught democratically with the echelons of power.