NPP Supremo advises Panthers district committees to hold victory week of secularism and democracy in Delhi polls

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party has advised all district committees of JKNPP in J&K and its associated wings like Panthers Trade Union, women power, Young Panthers, Farmers Council, Student Wings and all to celebrate the next week as a victory of secularism and democracy in India as a message of the people of Delhi which has been transcended by them to the people of the entire country and the world that ‘India means democracy’, ‘India means secularism’ and ‘India means peace’.

He made a special appeal to the youth, students and PTU to celebrate coming week as a Deepawali, festival of lights so that darkness generated by the political parties and hatred spread just for electoral gains disappears forever. “Let the Panthers activists lit candles and show the lights to the blind politicians who have been misleading the people and path from darkness to light–peace, secularism, democracy and corruption free India.”

NPP Supremo urges intervention of Rashtrapati for dissolution of J&K Assembly

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party has urged Shri Pranab Mukherjee, the President of India for his immediate intervention under Section 92 of J&K Constitution directing the J&K Governor to dissolve the J&K Assembly which has not been notified 50 days after its inception because no political party in the State Assembly is in a position to form a legitimate government according to the J&K Constitution. In such a situation the provision of Section 92 (4) has to be invoked which states;

  “If the Governor by a proclamation under this section assumes to himself any of the powers of the Legislature to make laws, any law made by him in the exercise of that power shall, subject to the terms thereof, continue to have effect until two years have elapsed from the date on which the proclamation ceases to have effect, unless sooner repealed or re-enacted by an Act of the Legislature, and any reference in this Constitution to any Acts of or laws made by the legislature shall be construed as including a reference to such law.

          No proclamation under sub-section (1) shall be issued except with the concurrence of the President of India.”  

Section 92(1) commands,

If at any time the Governor is satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the Government of the State cannot be carried on in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution, the Governor may by Proclamation

(a).   assume to himself all or any of the functions of the Government of the State and all or any of the powers vested in or exercisable by anybody or authority in this State.”

Prof.Bhim Singh pointed out that 50 days have passed and no political party has claimed to form a government even on casual basis. The fact is J&K, a highly sensitive bordering state which has been facing militancy, wrath of terrorism from abroad and has turned a den of corruption and unlawful activities. Thousands of youth who have taken interviews for their recruitments in the different disciplines have been sitting on the streets.

The entire administration has reached a threshold of collapse because there is a temporary Governor Rule and the Governor at present cannot take hard decisions on substantive matters, naturally so because Assembly elections were held, the results are out for 50 days yet the Assembly has not been constituted in accordance with the law.

The flood victims have been suffering for want of relief as per direction of the Supreme Court of India on several writ petitions including J&K National Panthers Party. The Jammu Migrants as well as border migrants who were forced to run away from their homes situated on the international border have not been provided adequate relief as per direction of the Supreme Court of India on writ petition of JKNPP in 2000.

There is no electricity or drinking water available for the people particularly in the rural areas and 90% departments have gone functionless because of the administrative anarchy due to non-governance in the state.

50 days without governance are sufficient evidence to establish that there is no government. Some political parties with agendas poles apart have not been able to form a government nor shall they do so even after 100 days. This is the situation which demands urgent intervention of the President of India as envisaged in Section 92 of the Constitution of J&K.

He urged the President of India to let the Governor of J&K take over the administration by dissolving the un-notified State Assembly and prepare for the next Assembly election in the interest of democracy, rule of law and honour the aspirations of the people of J&K for further safety and security of the country.

Modi’s defeat in Delhi, unique victory of democracy, secularism, befitting reply to Obama

wave_093014114937“The national capital territory of Delhi which shares the glory of the past history of India and the beauty of composite culture has transcended a highly impressive message to the people of great India and its critics abroad, particularly to US President Barack Hussein Obama that India means peace, India means composite culture and India means secularism with malice to none. People of Delhi who represent almost all the cultures, religious disciplines and universal voice of the country have rejected ‘Modism’ identified by arrogance of power and smell of communalism. This is evident from the most unexpected verdict of the people as seen on the screen. The complete route of the Congress and humiliating defeat of the BJP should be understood that the people of this country are adhered to a secular, corruption free and peace loving India.” This was the first reaction of Panthers Party Supremo, Prof.Bhim Singh who had earlier predicted fall of Modi within one year. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the victorious party should not take it as their victory because this vote was anti-Modi vote where entire political system including BJP had considered it best to defeat Modi’s fascist and arrogant utterances and behaviour.

Prof.Bhim Singh felt that US President’s remarks on the beauty of India’s cultural heritage and its adherence to composite culture during his recent visit to Delhi also contributed to this situation where Delhi’s intelligent and nationalist voters decided to give a clear message to the world that Delhi represents the composite voice of entire country and the nation believes in the beauty of its secular character.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that Prime Minister Modi must have realized that he also contributed heavily towards the defeat of BJP by committing incurable blunders. Humiliating dismissal of the Union Home Secretary, Shri Anil Goswami with an intention to use the Home Ministry to rig polls by manipulating EVMs was one of the causes of this kind of electoral defeat of the BJP. Another blunder, committed by Prime Minister Modi, was to install a stranger to the party as its leader by ignoring the elderly leadership of the party during the election campaign.

NPP bravoed bureaucracy and the election machinery in Delhi for defiance to manipulate EVMs in this election. In J&K the bureaucracy had played a big role for the manipulation of EVMs to give victory to BJP.    

Prof.Bhim Singh remarked that the Congress defeat was no surprise but nobody had expected or agreed with Prof.Bhim Singh that BJP shall be the first casualty of Prime Minister Modi’s arrogance.     

100,000 police personnel in J&K denied right to vote.

Hon’ble Shri V.S. Sampath
Chief Election Commissioner
Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road,
New Delhi

Sub:- 100,000 police personnel in J&K denied right to vote.

This is another tragedy in the political history of J&K that over 100,000 police personnel engaged in different important places like Air Force, VIP security cover, police stations and in other places have not been allowed to take leave to cast their votes in the election. There is no arrangement/polling facilities for police personnel to cast their votes in place or places of their duty in the State. Though this facility has been provided to other employees engaged in civil services. The denial of voting right to a police man on duty is direct assault on democracy and rule of law.
I would like to request you to intervene in the matter so that the police personnel on duty outside their homes and the way from their polling stations shall not be deprived of their legitimate right to vote.
With kind regards,

Yours sincerely,

Prof.Bhim Singh
Chief Patron