30th January should be observed as ‘Anti-Terrorism Day’

The National Panthers Party observed 30th January, this day, as ‘Anti-Terrorism Day’ with clear message that ‘terrorism’ is the enemy of mankind and must be fought at all platforms throughout the world. Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP accompanied by several NPP activists visited Tees January Marg, Birla House in New Delhi where Gandhiji was assassinated on 30th January, 1948 and paid homage to Gandhiji.

The National Panthers Party observed 30th January, this day, as ‘Anti-Terrorism Day’ with clear message that ‘terrorism’ is the enemy of mankind and must be fought at all platforms throughout the world. Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP accompanied by several NPP activists visited Tees January Marg, Birla House in New Delhi where Gandhiji was assassinated on 30th January, 1948 and paid homage to Gandhiji.

The Panthers Party in a resolution forwarded to the President and Prime Minister of India has urged the Govt. of India to declare 30th January as ‘Anti-Terrorism Day’ to transcend a clear message to the people of the world that ‘terrorism’ is the sworn enemy of mankind, peace and progress. The resolution also urged the government to include the names and history of all the martyrs in the syllabus of textbooks from the schools to the universities so that next generations may also remain aware of the great contributions and sacrifices of the martyrs. This shall be an effective approach to demolish the seedlings of terrorism which has been causing threat to the humanity and peace all over the world.

Prof. Bhim Singh hoped that Gujarat Chief Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi shall take the initiative in this regard, the land where Mahatma Gandhi was born 144 years back in Porbandar.

Those who joined the prayer meeting included M/s. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Romesh Khajuria, Anil Kumar Sharma, Sanjay Kumar, Jitender Singh, Jitesh, Jagmohan Paswan, Ramvir Singh, Afzal Khan, Shabana, Dharmesh Gupta, Swarn Singh Yadav, Sushil Khanna (Convenor, Bhim Brigade), Rajiv Ranjan, Social Activist, Mrs. Kalpana Bhardwaj, Harjeet Kaur and others.