Jammu shall observe Student Martyrs Day : Panthers Party shall make a pledge for Jammu State

  49th anniversary of the four Student Martyrs shall be observed tomorrow morning by National Panthers Students Union and other grounds and orgnanizations in cooperation with J&K National Panthers Party at the martyrs’ memorial site in front of GGM Science College, Jammu. It was 17thOctober, 1966 when three students were killed by brutal firing of the police during the Congress government who were among hundreds of protestors under the leadership of Students Congress headed by Shri Bhim Singh in demand of a separate university, a separate medical college, a separate Engineering and Law College for Jammu. The four students were killed in the middle of the City of Temples at Rajinder Bazar who was accompanying Bhim Singh in the procession. Mrs. Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India intervened got Congress Ministers dismissed and held an inquiry into the police firing. The police officials and administration were found guilty by the Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry.

          The students and youth of Jammu Pradesh have been observing 16th, 17th & 18th of October as Student Martyrs Day.

          The hundreds of students under the leadership of NPSU and in the presence of Prof.Bhim Singh shall take oath for the establishment of Jammu State so that Jammu State from Muzaffrabad to Kishtwar and Lakhanpur to Peer Panchal is established and the people of Jammu Pradesh also feel breeze of freedom for the first time.

          This was announced by Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of JKNPP. He was accompanied by NPSU President, Mr. Virender Thakur and former student leaders including Shri P.K. Ganju, Ms. Anita Thakur, Mr. Bansi Lal Sharma, Mr. H.C. Jalmeria, Mr. Jagdev Singh and others.

          Prof.Bhim Singh shall also launch Jammu State Movement from the site of the Students Memorial.

NPP welcome Vetican’s decision to recognize Palestine a great step towards peace

NPP Supremo and Chairman of Indo-Palestine Friendship Society in his congratulatory message to Pope Francis described Vetican’s decision to grant de jure recognition to the State of Palestine as a great and historic step of Pope Francis to promote international peace, harmony and understanding. He said that Pope Francis has taken a decision which needs to be understood by all the Big Powers, particularly the western countries and the Anglo-American Bloc that Palestine should have been recognized as a sovereign state right during its partition in 1947 under Resolution no.181 of the United Nations which was a creation of the Big Powers including the then USSR.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that after Washington Accord between Israeli Prime Minister and Mr. Yasir Arafat, the Chief of the PLO and the Oslo Agreement Palestine should have been recognized as a sovereign state in 1995. He said that the Anglo-French and the Anglo-American Bloc has remained under the dictates of Zionist lobby as Jewish community in the USA, UK and France have been playing a dominant role in politics and financial affairs in all these three (so-called big powers) countries to the detriment of international peace and harmony.

NPP Supremo who has been associated with Palestinian affairs for the past 40 years and an intimate friend of Yasir Arafat expressed unhappiness on the role the present leadership in India since the end of Indira Gandhi era has been playing. He said the resolutions of the United Nations namely 194 (on the settlement of Palestinian refugees), 242 & 338 (directing Israel to withdraw from all occupied territories of Palestine as well as from East Jerusalem) need to be implemented to achieve genuine peace in the Middle-East.

He hoped that Indian leadership shall play its destined role in the region in the interest of world peace and harmony which is possible only when the State of Palestine shall get its sovereign status and Jerusalem is liberated and new Jews settlements are demolished in Palestine.

Panthers hold special session in Delhi on 33rd Foundation Anniversary of the party

foundatinday-delhiA special session of the NPP was held in New Delhi, capital of India this afternoon to mark 33rd Foundation Anniversary of the party which was founded by Prof.Bhim Singh 33 years back on 23rd March, 1982 marking its rise on the day of martyrdom of Shaheed-e-Azam S. Bhagat Singh, Rajguru & Sukhdev in 1931.
Several hundred NPP volunteers took oath that each Panther all over the country shall fight for, ‘Sabke Saath–Haq-va-Insaaf’. The party volunteers also pledged that they shall fight from the streets to the legislatures and to the Supreme Court to seek justice to every depressed human being, society, class, creed, religion and region. The pledge was administered by party’s Supremo, Prof.Bhim Singh. The volunteers also pledged that they shall individually and collectively uphold the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the country and shall not allow any person or government to disturb centuries’ old composite culture which has been the light of India’s civilization. They also pledged to continue their fight for Ultimate Revolution at home and abroad with full strength to mobilize international opinion for complete disarmament, global peace and development.
The Panthers Party also expressed full solidarity with the people in the Arab world in their struggle against colonialism and outside interference. It expressed full solidarity with the people of Palestine in this struggle to establish an independent and sovereign state as was agreed by the big Nations in Oslo & Washington Accords signed between Palestinian Hero Yasir Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister. It hoped that Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu shall give up his extreme anti-Palestinian posture and accept the UN Resolutions on Palestine and Arab world which include 242, 338 and others.
Prof.Bhim Singh in his address to the Panthers Party activists called on them to complete the unfinished agenda on the internal conflicts in India including that of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that amendment in Article 370 is one of the main missions of the Panthers Party for full integration of J&K with the rest of the country. He also pleaded for the implementation of Rajiv Gandhi Accord with the Assamese leadership signed in 1985. He also expressed sympathy with the people in the North-East and other parts of the country for their equal participation and equal opportunities in the developmental works, employment, education and other fields.
   The prominent Panthers Party leaders who participated included Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Om Kishan, Shyam Sunder Sharma, Sanjay Kanaujia, Swaran Singh Yadav, Hari Babu Kaushik, Javed Qureshi, B.K. Khosla, Mahesh Kumar, Ajeet Singh, Swami Bhawani Maharaj, Navin Sharma, Sushil Khanna, Kali Ram Tomar, Ranvir Rathore, Ranjan, A.J. Rajan, David A. Johnson and others.