NPP Supremo carries mission one India, one Flag & one Constitution through Districts Samba, Kathua, Jammu

The Panthers Party Supremo Prof.Bhim Singh with his team addressed several meetings at several places in the Districts of Jammu, Samba & Kathua (bordering Punjab) today carrying his mission one India, one Flag and one Constitution with provision of fundamental rights to all the residents of J&K enjoying the status of Indian citizenship for the past 70 years. They have remained devoid of fundamental rights till today though the state acceded to the Union of India in 1947 with the signatures of the ruler of the state, Maharaja Hari Singh.

          Prof.Bhim Singh addressing public meeting at historic place of Samba facing international borders with Pakistan and Kathua adjoining to Punjab today expressed deep regrets on behalf of the people of J&K that J&K was the only state which had Muslim majority and which acceded to the Union of India in 1947 with the universal acceptance of the people of J&K. He said Maharaja signed the Accession when people of J&K stood in one voice against the aggression committed by Pakistan on 20th October, 1947. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Constituent Assembly of India played foul with the people of J&K by keeping J&K out of the list of the States which had acceded to the Union of India before the Constitution was promulgated on 26th January, 1950. Prof.Bhim Singh said that J&K was only state whose ruler had acceded to the Union of India by taking approval of the entire people of J&K yet the leadership of the Constituent Assembly and later the Parliament of India betrayed the people of J&K by keeping J&K away from the list of the States joining Union of India on 26th January, 1950.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Indian leadership irrespective of political affiliation may it be Congress, Communists, Jan Sangh (BJP) or any other political party in Parliament—all of them betrayed the people of J&K by keeping them out of the Union of India. He said J&K has not been integrated till date and the living evidence in this regard is Dr. Karan Singh, the only son of Maharaja Hari Singh, the ruler of J&K who was thrown out of the state on March 5, 1948 by the  dictates of the Congress and no other party in the country stood by the Accession signed by Maharaja. Accession was not approved (till date) by the Parliament of India. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the problem of J&K is the creation of the leadership of India irrespective of ideological affiliation. BJP has also joined the club of the leaders who betrayed the people of J&K.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Panthers Party shall carry this movement from Kashmir to Kanyakumari with mission one India, one Flag, one Constitution and Fundamental Rights for all the residents of J&K so that the children of Kashmir are not smashed like fish by the pellet guns and the youth shall not starve in the prisons as he (Bhim Singh) suffered himself as a prisoner in the state of J&K though he carried National Flag and secular voice throughout.

          The other Panthers Party leaders who addressed the meetings included Yashpal Kundal, ex-MLA, President, Young Panthers Party, Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretary, Mr. Shiv Charan Singh, Distt. President, Samba, Mr. Rajeshwar Singh, Trade Union President-Samba, Mr. Shanker Singh Chib, State Secretary-JKNPP, Mr. Arun Khajuria, Block President-Samba, Capt. Narottam Singh, President-Ex-servicemen Samba, Mr. Rajinder Singh Manju, State Secretary, Mr. Zialal Verma, Trade Union President, Mr. Ajay Singh, Distt. President, Kathua, Mr. Mohinder Singh Happy, Distt. Youth President, Kathua, Ms. Appu Singh, Advocate, Distt. Secretary-State Legal Committee and others.