Bhim Singh calls on Mehbooba Mufti to keep off RSS circle by throwing away BJP ministers

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP and the Executive Chairman of State Legal Aid Committee warned J&K Chief Minister of unimaginable consequences if she fails to take most needed, scientific and appropriate steps to save the Valley of Kashmir from further death and destruction caused by the circumstances today.  He advised the Chief Minister to think of the future of the younger generation who have been facing uncertainty, chaos and darkness caused by the circumstances ignited by the failure of the present government for delivering justice and equity to the people of Jammu and Kashmir.  He warned the Chief Minister on her grave blunder by sharing power with RSS and submitting to the will of Prime Minster Shri Narendra Modi who happens to be Prime Minister of the largest secular India.  The NPP Chief Patron advised Mehbooba Mufti to;

a).     Shunt out BJP from the State Cabinet straight away to save secular democracy in the state which has been a backbone of Jammu and Kashmir Accession to India since 1947.

b).     Remove all BJP Ministers from the state government.

c).      She should declare that Jammu and Kashmir is integral Constituent of the Union of India and shall continue to hold democracy, rule of law and secular commitment. 

d).     That she (Chief Minister) shall hold Assembly Session within four weeks from the date of removal of BJP Ministers from the government.

e).      That she will seek vote of confidence from the Members of the Legislative Assembly.

f).      That you declare that you will step down if defeated in the Assembly vote.

Prof. Bhim Singh suggested to Mrs. Mehbooba Mufti that she will pass the test on this bonfire and shall restore her place as a political successor of Mufti Mohd. Sayeed who had stood for justice, equity and equality of the people of all the three regions.  Prof. Bhim Singh sounded the Chief Minister that, ‘wisdom lies in daring’ and she should not miss this opportunity of passing the fire test lest the history shall not forgive those who fail to understand the pulse of revolving history.  Lest the history passes a judgment against the Chief Minister as the history has done in respect of many Kashmiri leaders.