Panthers Party asks Modi to respond to the wishes of Jammuites, delimitation, Jammu refugees

  Several NPP activists today resorted to a massive dharna at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi asking Prime Minister Modi to come out with clean slate on his commitments to the Jammuites and the people of J&K when he shall address the hotch-potch rally in Srinagar comprising of doves and hawks organized by PDP and BJP alliance partners in J&K government on 7th November, 2015.

          The Panthers Party dharna at Panthers Party’s camp office (in exile) held at Jantar Mantar this morning asked Modi to tell the people of Jammu Pradesh about his real intention on all important and sensitive issues dealing with the solidarity and security of India. The Panthers Party spelled out some of the issues which needed attention of Prime Minister Modi while he addresses the crowd in Srinagar. The issues include; amendment in Article 370, comprehensive settlement of 15 lacs refugees from POK & Pak suffering in Jammu Pradesh, delimitation of Assembly constituencies to remove discrimination against Jammu Pradesh, establishment of AIIMS in Jammu, introduction of Fundamental Rights in J&K, payment of salaries to Govt. employees, labourers and all & when Jammu (Talwara) Migrants shall get justice according to SC Judgment?

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that Prime Minister Modi has misled rather exploited the residents of Jammu Pradesh by invoking the sensitive issues promising to respond to the aspirations of the Jammuites, Pak and POK refugees, non-employed youth, under employed youth, the exploited panchayats in all that. Prof.Bhim Singh said that Prime Minister Modi has been trapped by the western power to implement Dixon Plan so that Jammu Pradesh is dividing on communal lines and Kashmir is carved out on Dixon Plan.

jantar-mantar          Prof.Bhim Singh said that Jammu State is the only solution and the boundaries of the state were defined by Maharaja Gulab Singh by 1846. He said that State of Jammu with its composite culture and cultural identity needs to be revived in the greater interest of the people of the Valley and the rest of the country.