Panthers Party decides to file corruption cases against Azad, Soz

An emergency meeting of the JKNPP Secretariat was held today in Jammu which has decided to file corruption petitions against named corrupt ministers including Union Minister, Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad and Prof. Saifudin Soz in the Supreme Court of India.  The Secretariat has authorized Prof. Bhim Singh, who is also Sr. Executive Member of the Supreme Court Bar Association, to move appropriate petitions against the Sr. Congress leaders who have file false affidavits before the Election Commission of India and in the Parliament in connection with their properties they and their family members are holding.

The Secretariat felt that the Sr. Congress leaders have grabbed state land within the Municipal limits in Jammu and Srinagar Corporations under the most fraudulent law called ‘Roshni Act’ which was enacted during the Chief Ministership of Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad.  The JKNPP Secretariat has received score of representations from the persons victimized under the Roshni Act and the name of Sr. Leaders who have grabbed the Forest Land also.

The Secretariat felt that it was not just one ‘Tara Chand’ alone in the dustbin of corruption. Half a dozen of state ministers including Congress Ministers and the Central Ministers own properties beyond the limits of their income and they have been using power umbrella by wearing the Congress clothing for the past 60 years.

The Panthers Party has collected enough material in connection with the illegal properties raised by the state Congress & National Conference leaders to seek a judicial probe against the corrupt ministers in the State and the Central to expose and depose them from power so that state becomes corruption free.

The JKNPP has also decided to file a fresh writ petition in the Supreme Court of India seeking urgent Delimitation of the Assembly and Lok Sabha constituencies on the basis of 2011 census.  This is important to note that Delimitation was held after 2001 census throughout the country except J&K.  Both the NC and the Congress have been opposing Delimitation process inside the Legislature and in the Court as well.