NPP remembers Netaji on 120th Birth Anniversary, Invite youth to follow Netaji’s foot-steps to save Nation

 NPP today organized 120th Birth Anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose at Jantar Mantar, the Hyde Park Corner of India this afternoon giving call to the youth of the country to unite to follow foot-steps and the mission of Netaji so that India shall blossom the way Netaji’s mission had called for.

Hundreds of NPP activists gathered at Jantar Mantar in front of the NPP office in exile and reminded the political leadership, intellectuals, particularly the youth and the students about the present situation that has been prevailing in India right since 1950 when India became a republic leaving Jammu and Kashmir out of the national fold.

Addressing the revolutionary volunteers at Jantar Mantar, Prof.Bhim Singh, a Sr. Advocate of the Supreme Court and elected Sr. Executive Member-SCBA declared that the Panthers Party shall organized a march this year throughout the streets of the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Manipur to Dwarka to wake up the nation on the slogan and mission of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose who declared, “You give me blood and I shall give you freedom”. “Political freedom was achieved in 1947 but the nation became paralyzed in 1950 when J&K was kept out of the Union of India and the monarchy was allowed. Prof.Bhim Singh said that this was a conspiracy to hack the people of J&K by keeping them away from the national flag and the Constitution.”

Addressing the mammoth gathering today Prof.Bhim Singh called on the youth to follow the spirit of sacrifice and mission that Netaji left for the entire nation through the Indian National Army when he boarded the plane to unknown destination from Singapore. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the present leadership in the country have lost the mission and commitment to make India great and spread its mission of peace and brotherhood. Prof.Bhim Singh declared that he shall with his missionary friends of NPP shall go around the country this year with the message of One India—from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Manipur to Dwarka. He invited missionary friends to join this march in 2017.