NPP Supremo offers solidarity with Uttarakhand CM in his battle against BJP

Prof.Bhim Singh, Supremo of NPP today garlanded the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Shri Harish Rawat at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi where the Uttarakhand Chief Minister was sitting on a day long protest dharna seeking equity and justice with the hill people of Uttarakhand at par with all other Himalayan states in the north.

Prof.Bhim Singh accompanied by Delhi Panthers Party Officer bearers including Sr. Vice President, Mr. Romesh Khajuria, Mr. Dildar Hussain Baig, Mr. S.N. Chandola, Working President of Uttarakhand Pradesh Panthers Party garlanded the mighty democratic Chief Minister, Shri Harish Rawat and expressed solidarity with all secular and progressive leadership in the Himalayan state with a strong appeal to the people of the Himalayan State, Uttarakhand to support the secular, democratic and progressive leadership of Shri Harish Rawat who has been working with total commitment, dedication and honesty as the son of the soil.

Shri Harish Rawat in response garlanded Prof.Bhim Singh expressing his thanks for the support to his continuous and consistent political movement against the communal and reactionary forces in Uttarakhand.

Sr. Adv.Bhim Singh regrets SC Order dated 02.01.2017 on JKNPP’s petition

 Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate who appeared in Court No.1 on 02.01.2017 in the matter of writ petition (crl.) no.102/2016 expressed shock on the observation contributed to the bench of the Supreme Court headed by the Chief Justice, Mr. T.S. Thakur saying, Learned Counsel for the petitioner seeks leave to withdraw this writ petition which is hereby dismissed as withdrawn.Prof.Bhim Singh appearing for the Panthers Party had filed this petition in July, 2016 immediately after Burhan Wani’s killing. This petition was filed on behalf of the J&K National Panthers Party seeking direction from the Supreme Court within the meaning and scope of Section 95 of J&K Constitution to the Union of India to allow the Governor of J&K to impose Governor Rule in the interest of equity, justice and rule of law.

The Supreme Court Division Bench headed by Chief Justice, Mr. Justice T.S. Thakur had sought information from the Attorney General of India on the prevailing situation in the state. Prof.Bhim Singh had strongly argued for the issuance of a notice to the Union of India and the State Government to response to the contents of the writ petition of JKNPP. Writ Petition remained hanging for months for nearly five months. Nearly 100 innocent people were killed, state property including schools and buildings were smashed/destroyed by the mobs. The State Government failed miserably in their task to maintain law and order. The entire state was facing anarchy, lawlessness and hundreds of children were injured by pellet guns (imported from Israel). Which never happened in the history of India in 70 years. Nearly 500 children has lost their eyes. This was the fate of the children of Kashmir under the RSS/PDP rule. Panthers Party filed this writ petition and Prof.Bhim Singh argued it with the help of his advocates.

On the last day of functioning/working of Chief Justice T.S. Thakur the petition was listed before the Bench of the Hon’ble Chief Justice. When he asked Sr. Advocate for the Panthers Party namely, Prof.Bhim Singh if he would like to withdraw the petition, Prof.Bhim Singh told the Hon’ble Chief Justice that he would, under no circumstances, withdraw the petition. Prof.Bhim Singh urged the court to decide the petition on merit.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that he was shocked to read two lines judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court which is mentioned above saying that writ petition was withdrawn which is totally contrary to the facts and submissions.