NPP Supremo calls on Governor, N.N. Vohra Urging for immediate dissolution of J&K Assembly followed by fresh election

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP and Member of National Integration Council called Shri N.N. Vohra, the Governor of J&K urging for immediate dissolution of J&K Assembly so that fresh elections shall be held to ensure working of people’s government. Prof.Bhim Singh urged the Governor to understand the feelings of the people of J&K who have dismissed the present Assembly from their minds and looking for fresh election so that the seedlings of communalism and anti-nationalism on buried deep in the Jhelum and the Tawi.

          Prof.Bhim Singh in his meeting with Shri N.N. Vohra for nearly 35 minutes tried to convey the feelings of the people which he has understood from the mouth of the people during his 9-day hectic campaign from Jammu to Akhnoor, Sunderbani, Nowshera, Rajouri, Mendhar, Poonch, Surankote, Budhal, Mahore, Gool, Ramban, Batote, Bhaderwah, Doda, Kishtwar and on the return he visited Kud, Sudhmahadev, Chenani, Udhampur and several other areas during his 9-day Jammu State trotting. Prof.Bhim Singh informed Shri Vohra that there was no ration available in the rural areas and people have remained without ration for the past 3/4 months. There are no teachers in the schools, whereas 500 schools in northern pockets of Jammu Pradesh have been closed/shut. There is no drinking water and the people in the rural areas have been living in misery and pain because there is no governance at all. He informed the Governor that there is no doctors in the hospitals nor even compounders or medical assistance in the dispensaries. He said that there is only department functioning in the entire area and that is the police department.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Governor heard him in full patience and he expressed hope that the Governor will be able to work out a scientific resolution of the present situation in the state.

Sunderbani youngsters receive Prof. Bhim Singh and his team in Sunderbani

Hundreds of people mostly youngsters welcomed Prof. Bhim Singh and Panthers Party leaders accompanying him on his ten days tour of Jammu Pradesh at Sunderbani in border district of Rajouri in J&K.

Ms Anita Thakur, State General Secretary JKNPP who originally hails from Rajouri District give a call to the people of Rajouri particularly the youth to join the Panthers Party for golden future  so that they shall also live in peace, honour and dignity like Indian citizens in the rest of the country.  She called on the youth to learn from the life and struggle of Prof.Bhim Singh and from the contribution made by the Panthers Party leadership like Shri Harsh Dev Singh and Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia who are captaining the movement for the Reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir so that justice shall flow to every door.  She said that reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir by establishing Jammu State and Kashmir Ghati is the only way for golden future for our new generations. Pahalwan Yashpal Sharma the candidate of Panthers Party in the last Assembly elections thanks to the people of Rajouri District and assured full cooperation and solidarity  with the panthers party which is the only hope for the people of Jammu Province.

Prof. Bhim Singh called on the people of Jammu Pradesh to join hands to support the movement launched by the Panthers Party for Reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir.  He declared that the Panthers Party shall establish two states; Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir Valley in Jammu and Kashmir for the welfare, progress and strengthening national integration. Prof.Bhim Singh reminded the residents of border districts of Rajouri that the situation which migrants from Pakistan and occupied Kashmir have been suffering for 70 years. He said the situation/resolution of the problems of the people of Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir Valley is the only reorganization of the state.  That Jammu and Kashmir after reorganization could be established as confederation so that the citizens of India in Jammu Pradesh, Kashmir Valley and Ladakh shall get equity and justice at par with the Indian citizens residing in the rest of the country.