NPP’s tributes to General JFR Jacob

General JFR JacobProf.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party expressed deep shock on the demise of former Lt. General JFR Jacob, the Hero of Bangladesh Liberation Movement who led Indian Army with great victory and earned affection and support from the people of Bangladesh.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that India has lost a great soldier of the time and he has lost a great friend, human being and trusted soldier of the country. Prof.Bhim Singh said that General Jacob was a unique demonstration of India’s highest form of secularism and oneness. General Jacob, perhaps was the only Jewish General who led the Indian Army with great respect and honour. He shall remain all the times in the history of India as lasting light in the history of secular India. Prof.Bhim Singh said that India has lost a great decorated soldier whereas he (Bhim Singh) has lost great friend, sympathizers and a human being full of human love and dignity as an Indian.

NPP Supremo calls on Panthers activists, youth, students, farmers and all to join historic rally on 4th July in Jammu

Prof.Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party made a strong appeal to the Panthers Party activists from the universities to the farms and the working class particularly the youth and students to express their support and solidarity with the ‘Fight for Jammu Mission’ being launched by the JKNPP on 4th July, 2015.

The NPP founder congratulated the new leadership of the Panthers Party which has made the dream true which was projected by the Panthers Party founders in 1982. He said the present leadership of the Panthers Party have converted dreams of the Panthers Party into reality by their dedication, honesty, commitment and hard work while fighting from the streets to the floors of the Legislature and to the field. He said that the party legislators have given a unique message by their performance inside the legislature and by their public relations and commitment to the cause of the people of J&K, particularly the Jammu Pradesh.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that it was Panthers Party leadership which have sown the seeds of organization of the state so that the residents of all the three regions of the state shall live in peace, harmony and may enjoy equal opportunities in all fields. He called on the young people and all wings of the party, the Young Panthers, NPSU, Women Power, Panthers Trade Union, Panthers Ex-servicemen Union, the Panthers Farmers Union to work like a cementing rock to fight for the cause of Jammu Pradesh.

Prof.Bhim Singh also appealed to all those associates who for one reason or the other had parted ways from the Panthers Party to join the rank and file of the party to fulfill the mission of Jammu Pradesh so that the people of all the three regions shall live with honour, dignity and enjoy equal opportunities and equality.

NPP activists protest against J&K Govt. in front of Kashmir House, Delhi, demand restoration of security to Prof.Bhim Singh

Several activists of NPP protested in front of J&K House, New Delhi demanding immediate restoration of security as per entitlement in ‘Z’ security cover as Prof.Bhim Singh is already covered by ‘Z’ security. The Govt. of J&K reduced half of his security with mala fide intention to create situation for the liquidation of a forefront political leader in J&K who has been fighting against militancy and terrorism right since 1990. He is the only person who dares drive and walk into the streets of Kashmir with National Flag hoisting from the roof of his vehicle.
The protest was led by NPP activists of Delhi Pradesh led by Mr. Rajiv Jolly Khosla. The Delhi Pradesh Committee also submitted a memorandum to the Home Minister of India, Shri Rajnath Singh seeking his urgent intervention for the restoration of full security to Prof.Bhim Singh, as per his entitlement under ‘Z’ security cover to ensure that the political mobilization led by Prof.Bhim Singh in Kashmir Valley and Jammu continues without interruption.
The President of JKNPP, Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia had sent a request to Shri Rajnath Singh for his immediate intervention in this regard.
Those who participated included M/s. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Pawan Kumar, Anil Sharma, Surjit Singh, Dildar Hussain Beg, Chhatar Singh, Sachin, Balwinder Kumar, A.J. Rajan, Atta Mohammed, Mohammed Saleem, Farooq Ahmed, Shabir Ahmed, Shoukat Ali, Santoshi Kumar and others.