Modi Govt. Budget a fraud on wretched of the earth

Reacting on the Union Budget of BJP government at the Centre, Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party holding Masters Degree in Law from London University described the Modi government budget as a fraud on the wretched of earth that exceed 50% of the population of India today. He said that India achieved freedom 69 years back. Its’ economy was focused only on the urban areas and cities whereas more than half of the population living in the rural areas was neglected. Education can be one example as more than 60% people, Indian citizens have remained illiterate till date. 80% of the farmers have been farming on the land which is dependent only on rain. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the present budget has been floated only with the help of computers and imagination without considering the economic standards and educational background of the people living in the rural areas. Prof.Bhim Singh that health and education sectors dealing with the rural areas has completely been ignored for the simple reason that the present rulers have no sense of imagination about the rural life and their necessities.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that 60% of the people in the villages are illiterate after six decades of independence. The economy is controlled by about 10% people who have monopolized the entire business and trade besides controlling the Parliament. Prof.Bhim Singh described the NDA budget as non-dependable accounts, which deals only with the upper class and to some extent with the middle class.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that the present government functionaries are share holder in all trading and business houses with the result more than half of the population in India is deprived of the benefit of the monopoly, business and trading houses in India.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that the present budget has nothing to offer to the wretched of the earth, the begging boys and girls on the streets, the neglected people in the rural areas. There is no clean drinking water for the wretched of earth. The society has been vertically divided between 10 to 15 percent and plus 60% of the population. 60% of the population has been living without medical care, school education even without reasonable clothing and houses. The picture which Modi budget has projected is not the real picture of India.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that jugglery of taxes, its relation with the hoarding and black money is the greatest tragedy for the 80% people of India who have been living in a state of affairs which is no better than the living of cattle in the country. He asked the great parliamentarians to study the facilities offered to a patient in a hospital managed by Delhi Administration as compare to a hospital managed by the business houses in Delhi itself.

Prof.Bhim Singh asked the Members of Parliament who represent the people of this country to answer what planning or schemes have been evolved in the country to eradicate poverty?

What is the programme, planning and scientific strategy to eradicate poverty and provide uniform education to every child in the educational institutions. What is the strategy to provide similar and equal facilities to the patients in every hospital in the country. The main question which the people of this country are going to ask the political leadership is how long shall the Parliament take to spread literacy throughout the country and provide free health care to every citizen besides reasonable work/job to every citizen to help him earn his living and live with honour and dignity. This was the concept of socialist republic of India.

Prof.Bhim Singh has invited any Parliamentarian or a leader of any political party to join in an open debate on the fraud being committed on the majority of citizens of this country through the budgetary manipulation. This is the budget which is meant for the privileged and capitalists society to enable them to rob the under-privileged people in this country who constitute more than 60% of its population.

Ram Dass Athawaley, MP inaugurates JKNPP Foundation Day Session in Jammu

This Plenary Session, 2016 of JKNPP resolved on the occasion of its 34th Foundation Anniversary being celebrated at the historic Dogra Hall, Jammu the winter capital of the State of J&K.


34th Anniversary Session of JKNPP was inaugurated by revolutionary leader of Maharashtra, Shri Ram Dass Athawaley M.P this afternoon at Dogra Hall, Jammu (J&K).  Mr. Athawaley assured JKNPP that he shall take up the matter of Article 370 in the Indian Constitution for its amendment to ensure that Parliament of India is empower to legislate on Jammu and Kashmir at least in respect of defence, foreign affairs and communication.  This issue was raised by Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron NPP assuring that JKNPP is committed to amend Article 370 so as to empower Parliament to legislate in respect of matters listed in the Central List of the Schedule-VII so as to empower Parliament to demolish the walls of separation. 

Mr. Athawaley was the special guest on this occasion of the 34th Foundation Ceremony of JKNPP which was founded by Prof. Bhim Singh in 1982 at Jammu.  Prof. Bhim Singh at the resigned from MLAship and floated Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party.

Prof. Bhim Singh also prayed homage to those Panthers Party Founding Members who are no more in the world.  They included Shri Thakur Dass Chanotra, Shri Mushtaq Ahmad Khan, Ms Meenakshi Thakur Advocate, Shri Durga Dass Abrol, Shri Karan Dev Singh, Shri Onkar Saini, Shri Sudershna Sambyal, Shri Yogi Thakur, Shri Krishan Driver and some others founders of Panthers Party. 

Prof. Bhim Singh declared today that he shall fight from the streets to the doors of the Parliament for the Reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir so that Kashmir Valley and Jammu Pradesh may work in coordination with separate provincial governments in Srinagar and Jammu.  Prominent among those who address the session and played key role to pass resolutions include Shri Harsh Dev Singh, Chairman NPP, Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia President NPP, Mr. P.K Ganju Vice-President, Mr. Bansi Lal Sharma Political Advisor, Ms Anita Thakur General Secretary, Mr. Sukhdev Singh, General Secretary, Mr. B.S Billowria Adv. National Secrtary, Shri Yashpal Kundal President Young Panthers, Mrs. Manju Singh State Secretary, Mr. Jagdev SinghCoordination Secretary, Mr. Rajesh Pargotra Provincial President, Mr. Ashfaq Rana District President Poonch, Mr. Sewa Singh Bali District President Ramban, Mr. Dhani Ram Attri Provincial Secretary, Mr. Sham Gorka Vice-President PTU, Mr. Vilakshan Singh General Secretary Young Panthers, Mr. Gagan Pratap Singh Spokesman Young Panthers, Mr. Chetan Sharma Organizer. Tamil Naidu President of NPP Mr. Naresh Ambedkar Advocate addressed the meeting both in Hindustani and in his mother tongue Tamil. 

All the leaders expressed full support with the resolutions produced below;


1.      The Reorganization of J&K on the basis of the cultural, geographical, linguistic and political identity of each region with separate Legislative Assemblies, separate Budgets, separate Recruitments and Public Service Commissions, separate Planning Commissions, separate Delimitation Commissions and of course separate Chief Ministers, one Governor and one Chief Justice. 

2.      Jammu Pradesh: This Session feels that justice shall be done to each region after Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir Ghati State are established. 

3.      Calling on the Parliament of India to exercise its sovereign authority to Amend Article 370 so as to empower Parliament to legislate in respect of matters listed in the Union List to ensure smooth relations of the state with the rest of the country. 

4.      Delimitation of Assembly Constituencies be held without any delay in order to remove regional discrimination.

5.      The term of the Legislative Assembly shall be five years instead of six years.

6.      Reservation for the ST community in the Legislative Assembly should be incorporated in the Constitution and ST status to Pahari-ethnic population should be accorded.

7.      All Pakistani Refugees who came from Pakistan in 1947/48 and lawfully settled in J&K should be granted permanent residents status with their descedents born in J&K after 1947.

8.       SPOs, daily wagers including PHE wagers, NYC, SSB volunteers, contractual employees, ReT, Jail wardens and all others who have worked in the government departments for more than two years should be regularized.

9.      PoK refugees: This is Plenary Session of JKNPP reiterates its commitment for comprehensive settlement of the refugees of 1947, 1965, 1971, 1997 from POK in accordance with International Law. The JKNPP expresses its solidarity with the refugees of 1947 from Pakistan who deserve to be treated as citizens within the meaning and scope of the Constitution to enjoy their fundamental rights.   

10.     Mubarak Mandi, the identity of the Dogras the great should be designated as International Dogra Cultural Center (IDCC) and International University for Dogra Culture & Art should be set up at this historic site.

11.     Female children should be given free education upto 10th Class and all the unmarried girls should be provided with a social security of Rs.5,000/- p.m. till they are employed.

12.     50% reservation should be given to the women in the Panchayats. The State Subject (Permanent Resident) Certificates issued earlier to the unmarried daughters should be issued afresh without any condition.

13.     All the Jammu Migrants including camping in Talwara should be provided all their arrears from 2004-07 amounting to Rs.21 crores as per direction of the Supreme Court and the recommendation of the Parliamentary Committee.

14.     All the Jammu migrants should be providing relief both in cash, kind and for the resettlement in their native villages at par with the Kashmiri migrants without delay.

15.     The residents of border villages residing within the firing range from Pakistan side should be provided free residential plots so that they shall live in safe zones during shelling from Pakistan side.

16.     All the victims of past floods should be compensated according to the judgment of the Supreme Court at the earliest.

17.     The farmers should be given free legal aid, free education and free medical care and treatment so that the villagers can also share the fruits of democracy.

18.     Ex-servicemen should be given pension on the basis of one rank one pension and reservation in the government and public sector.

19.     All daily wagers should be given minimum wages not less than Rs. 300/- per day and minimum wages act should be enforced with this amendment. 

20.     All the Industrial workers in the public or private sector should work strictly according to the International norms and timing. There should be no exploitation of workers.

21.     No child below the age 14 shall work in any Industrial discipline nor as a labourer. 

22.     Urge government of India to connect Jammu with Poonch, Udhampur with Kishtwar and Kathua with Bhadarwah via Bani by Rail.  It also resolved to revive railway line between Jammu and Sialkot (Pakistan) as it existed till 1947. 

23.     The Panchayats should be empowered in accordance with 72nd Amendment in the Constitution.

24.     The Civil Secretariat relating to the files/material of Jammu Pradesh should function retained in Jammu Civil Secretariat. Both the Secretariats in Srinagar and in Jammu around the year.

25.     That the four lane National Highway being interested by IFCON, IRCON, JP and HCC etc which should be taken up at war footing with the involvement/engagement of local youth of Ramban, Doda and Udhampur Districts.

26.     The local youth of the distant District distant like Ramban, Doda, Udhampur, Reasi, Rajouri, Poonch, Kathua should be drafted in the regular police force without delay.

International Resolution

1.      JKNPP call on the representatives of all countries in the UN to reconstitute the Security Council by inducting India, Japan, Egypt, Iran to the security council as permanent members.

2.      This Session expressed solidarity with the people of Palestine for the establishment of sovereign state of Palestine as per Accords signed in Oslo and Washington.

3.      Called on the UN to enforce resolutions 242, 338, 138 and all the rest to establish the State of Palestine as was determined by UN Resolutions.


4.      Asked Pakistan to withdraw from all occupied areas of J&K namely Gilgit, Baltistan, Askardu, PoK as per Resolution of the UN of 13th August, 1948 so that residents of POK and Gilgit may choose their future.

5.      Asked all nuclear powers to dismantle their nuclear arsenal, observe total disarmament discipline and stop further nuclear tests lest they meet the same fate of Hiroshima, Japan in 1945.

6.      It urged on the Members of the United Nations to support India’s elevation as Permanent Member of the United Nation so that India may play its destined role to promote peace, harmony and progress the world over.

7.      Panthers Party sought apology from US government for the atomic attack against Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. 

8.      Panthers Party welcomes the historic visit of USA President to Cuba that opened new doors for peaceful resolution

Voice of Africa reminds of Gandhi, Nehru & Indira contributions for Indo-African friendship and unity

It was a great occasion when the world witnessed 54 sovereign African nations sitting with India in New Delhi in 2015, just a repeat of Bandung conference in 1954 and emergence of Non-Aligned Movement in search for peace and progress of the third world. The visit of 20 heads of African states and participation of 54 African nations has left a unique message for the Indian leadership that rule India today that the contribution to consolidate friendship and unity of India with African world by Mahatma Gandhi, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru and Mrs. Indira Gandhi deserved attention of the new generation that India under the leadership of Jawaharlal Nehru and Mrs. Indira Gandhi contributed tremendously to reach out to the people of East, West, North and South Africa. The rulers today should not forget that past history that gave rise to India as India’s ambassador of peace, cooperation and mutual co-existence has to be kept in mind with the political actors of that time.” This was reaction of Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate and expert on Indo-African and Indo-Arab relations with several books to his credit. It was Prof.Bhim Singh (then globetrotter Bhim Singh) who travelled around the world on motorcycle(s) between 1967-1973. He is the only person in the world to cross Sahara Desert on motorcycle from Morocco to Senegal via Spanish Sahara in 20 days in 1971 on motorcycle creating history.

Bhim Singh travelled from North Africa to West Africa, Central Africa, South Africa and to East Africa on road in about seven months. His book, ‘Around the World on Motorcycle’ provides the glimpses of the African world, its people, its culture, its  geographical formation, colonial affects of different colonial cultures. North Africa from Sudan to Mauritania is predominantly part of Arab world wedded with Arab language and culture, Arab civilisation and history. This region is placed at different situation politically, socially and even ideologically. India has not cared to develop socio, cultural or political relations with this part of the African world after Mrs. Gandhi’s period. Similarly West Africa has a different kind of political situation which include Senegal (French Culture), Ghana and small other states. The South Africa under colonial rule of Netherlands has slightly different political culture and situation in that part. The Congo which was ruled by Belgium needs a different approach to understand its problems and situation. East African world is all together different story. This part was governed by British colonial rulers who left a different kind of culture and system demolishing the ancient African cultural heritage. US President Obama’s father was also a national of East African state of Kennya.

The Prime Minister’s address to 54 African nations on 29th October, 2015 though full of fresh ideas, proposals to bring 1.25 billion Indians to 1.25 billion Africans for bringing two great civilisations of the world closer yet it did not come out with any proposal or suggestion to develop structure for sharing information between India and 54 African nations which are placed in different cultural and political platforms.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said, “My personal experience after having travelled through Africa on broken roads and even on donkeys in the Congo when he lost his motorcycle has made him to learn about the loving and the most beautiful people in the African world who have been kept aloof from the wretched of the world by the Western colonial powers.” Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should propose to set up different research centre for different regions of the African world. India must understand that Africa needs much more than solar energy or FDIs in 54 African nations. India has a chance to work for African nations to re-write their history which has been destroyed by the colonial rulers; Italians (Libya), French (Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal), Netherlands (South Africa where Prince of human degradation on the basis of colour still shine sharp), Britain (East Africa and Sudan where the two nation theory is still burning the fire of division, partition and racism).

Prof.Bhim Singh hoped that media in India and the men who understand the African history and composite culture should come out boldly and fearlessly in consolidating the unity, friendship, understanding with the African people so that India and Africa can play a bigger role. It is hoped that African heads of states and the leadership from 54 countries take a cue from the Constitution of India, its democracy and respect for fundamental rights of all human beings on earth. That shall provide solar energy to every person in the East and the West. Let Africa awake and let India shine.

Bhim Singh prophesied Bihar to be next Kurukshetra for 21st century Mahabharata

A mammoth jayanti rally was held in Kosi (Bihar) by the friends of Mr. Anand Mohan Singh Ex-MP and Founder of Bihar People Party yesterday, late in the evening, in memory of Maharana Pratap Singh and Bhama Shah where Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party was invited as the Chief Guest.
Several sitting and ex-Legislators, Ministers, MPs and political activists from several parties participated. Several political leaders/Legislators from several states are also participated. Friends of Anand Mohan is a strong movement in Bihar against exploitation, injustice and for human rights. Anand Mohan is undergoing life imprisonment in jail. Several senior advocates including Ram Jethmalani and Prof. Bhim Singh are fighting his case.
Prof. Bhim Singh described Maharana Pratap Singh as one of the greatest freedom fighters who 500 years back started his fight who started war for the freedom of Bharat from the Mughal Empires.
Prof. Bhim Singh said that the present politicians and the rulers in the country should take a lesson from Maharana Pratap Singh to uphold the dignity, honour and integrity of Bharat which stands threatened because of corruption, communalism and injustice committed by the great politicians who have been robbing the country for years.
Prof. Bhim Singh prophesied that the coming Mahabharata shall start from Bihar this time. He said that mini-Mahabharata could not be accomplished by Jai Prakash Narayan because of several sectors. He said that both Jammu and Kashmir and the North-East are passing through a dangerous period because for the failure of the Indian Parliament.
He appreciated Mr. Anand Mohan and his wife Lovely Anand who played a very positive role during their tenure as Member of Parliament to ensure the extension of the power of Parliament to make laws on Jammu and Kashmir. He said that J&K needs Maharana Pratap Singh to fight the Mughal Darbur of Delhi today.