NPP Supremo visits Udhampur Army Hospital, inquires health of Mast Ram Thakur

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party visited Command Hospital, Udhampur to enquire about the health of Shri Mast Ram Thakur, father of JKNPP President, Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia. Shri Thakur was admitted in the Army Hospital for treatment two days back.  Prof.Bhim Singh appreciated the hospital management for its cleanliness, service and public relation that has been maintained by the Army Hospital, Udhampur. He wished that all the government hospitals in J&K shall be able to learn from the working system and cleanliness drive from the Army Hospital.

Later, Prof.Bhim Singh also visited JKNPP office in Udhampur where a protesting delegation of rehariwalas and kisan council submitted a memorandum for the Governor for the redressal of their grievances. The rehariwalas in Udhampur have been facing ire of some political high-ups who intend to remove their reharies and occupy the space. The rehariwalas in their memorandum said that the local administration is supporting some politicians to shunt them out for political reasons as almost all rehariwalas are farmers and have supported the Panthers Party in the last elections to the Assembly.

Prof.Bhim Singh later met several delegations of Panthers Kisan Union, Panthers Trade Union, Young Panthers and NPSU who demanded that the Governor Rule in J&K should be extended at least for one year to end corruption, nepotism and communal divide which has been created by some political parties in the state.

Prof.Bhim Singh advised the Panthers activists to get ready for the coming battle of mini-Mahabharata in J&K for the establishment of Dogra-Pahari State so that the Dogras and Paharies shall also see the dawn of democracy and face of justice.