Bhim Singh challenges Prime Minister Modi to join a debate on one platform on his blunders

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party addressing several corner meetings in Gandhi Nagar Assembly constituency challenged Prime Minister Modi to share one platform to debate with him on his falling foreign policy, home policy and his developmental projects. Prof. Bhim Singh accused Shri Narendra Modi for creating conflict in the society in the name of religion which is threatening the unity, integrity and social ethos.  He said Prime Minister Modi has violated the rule of law and misused his authority as Prime Minister of India.  He said Modi has committed more than 21 blunders since he took over as Prime Minister of the country.  His latest blunder is violating Model Code of Conduct (MCC) by using state exchequer to ignite election campaign in Jammu and Kashmir thus becoming the first Prime Minister in the country to hold 11 election meetings in one state (J&K) at the expense of the state which costs a nation more than Rs.55 crores is the first Prime Minister to commit a blunder by setting anti-national elements as his party candidates.  Prime Minister Modi first casualty is BJP with the democratic functioning going in the party.  Modi’s grave blunder in Kashmir is his Mission Kashmir which is decorated with separate map of Jammu and Kashmir.  Mr. Modi’s message to the enemies of the country is highly dangerous trend.  Prof. Bhim Singh told strong gathering during his election speeches in Gandhi Nagar where Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretary-JKNPP is the candidate.  She will be the first woman MLA from Gandhi Nagar Assembly constituency in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly.

Ms. Anita Thakur appealed to the voters in his constituency that she shall serve the people irrespective of their party affiliation thought is religion.  She said that Haq-Insaf is mission of the party and she shall not fail in this mission for everybody including refugees, 1947, 1965, 1971 and Jammu migrant of 1999,  unemployed youth, contractual employees, daily wagers ReT teachers, ex-servicemen, farmers and women folk which have remained neglected for the past 64 years.

Prof. Bhim Singh also addressed his massive election rallies in Thathri in Nagrota constituency where Vilakshan Singh advocate and General Secretary of Young Panthers is the heavy weight candidate.