Bhim Singh calls on J&K Governor, interacts with stakeholders and NPP leaders in Srinagar

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and fighter for human rights and peace arrived Srinagar today. He was received by several Panthers Party leaders at the airport who briefed him about the ‘explosive’ situation that has been flooding in the Valley for the past 52 days and remained unabetted.

          Prof.Bhim Singh drove from the airport straight to Raj Bhawan and met Shri N.N. Vohra, the Governor of J&K. Prof.Bhim Singh discussed the present turmoil with J&K Governor and urged for his intervention under Section 92 of J&K Constitution so that peace is brought back in Kashmir and confidence of the people is restored.

          Prof.Bhim Singh also held an urgent meeting with the senior leaders of the Panthers Party in Kashmir including Shri Masood Andrabi, Vice President-NPP, Shri Manjoor Ahmed Naik, General Secretary, Shri Farooq Ahmed Dar, Provincial President (Kashmir Province), Shri Maqbool Malik, State Secretary, Shri Mehboob Illahi, Press Secretary and others.

          Two hours indoor meeting of the Panthers Party leaders discussed the role that Panthers Party is destined to play to restore peace in the state of J&K so that confidence of the youth in the system is restored. The Panthers Party leadership in Kashmir Valley is of the view that all kinds of violence and violation of law should be stopped forthwith and the minor youth detained/arrested should be allowed to return to their homes. Prof.Bhim Singh that Constitution of India does not allow children/minors to be detained in the jails/prisons/police stations.

Prof.Bhim Singh expressed hope that the Governor Rule shall be imposed in J&K which shall be in the interest of the people of the entire state at present. The Panthers Party also made an appeal to the people of the Valley particularly the youth and students to ensure that violence is completely kept out of the movement and peace is given a chance.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that he would like to visit all the important places in the Valley including Karnah, Kupwara, Baramullah, Pattan, Mattan, Anantnag and all other places which have been affected by violence. Prof.Bhim Singh assured the people of the Kashmir particularly the youth that the Panthers Party shall continue their fight democratically from Srinagar, Lal Chowk to the doors of the Supreme Court seeking justice and equity for all and end of guns may they be ballot or bullet. The Panthers Party urged the Governor to intervene within his authority to ban use of all kinds of guns and bullets against the children and the youth.

Prof.Bhim Singh shall be meeting the prominent leaders of Hurriyat Conference during his stay in Srinagar. Panthers Party appealed to the bleeding youth of Kashmir that love is the most important weapon when the battle is for human rights and justice. He assured the people of J&K that Panthers Party shall continue its battle from the streets to the Supreme Court to ensure that justice is delivered to all whether in Ladakh, Kashmir or Jammu

Bhim Singh presents his book, ‘Unbelievable-Delhi to Islamabad’ to Punjab CM

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party presented his latest book, ‘Unbelievable-Delhi to Islamabad’ to S. Prakash Singh Badal, Chief Minister of Punjab during his meeting with the Chief Minister in New Delhi. Prof.Bhim Singh also congratulated Shri Badal for his efforts to eradicate drug culture in Punjab and mobilize the youth against militancy, violence by involving the new generations in developmental works.

Shri Badal appreciated Prof.Bhim Singh initiative to provide free legal aid to the youth in difficult days and expressed hope that his services shall be useful to strengthen and promote emotional integration between the people of J&K and rest of the country. Prof.Bhim Singh expressed hope that the initiative taken by Punjab with a new coalition to run Punjab government may prove to be more useful and fruitful for the development of Punjab. He said that coalition experiment between PDP led by Mufti Mohd. Sayeed in J&K and BJP has proved a disaster for both the regions, Kashmir and Jammu for several reasons. He said the J&K coalition was for power and money with no mission for the good of the people and that’s why it failed. He also felt that Punjab experiment cannot be compared with the experiment in J&K for two parties in J&K have been working in different directions and political interests poles apart from each other. In Punjab the coalition experiment has strengthened national integration whereas in J&K it has worked for the promotion of disintegration thus weakening the bonds of secularism and nationalism.

A Panthers Party delegation from Bihar led by Shri Yogendra Singh Gambhir met Prof.Bhim Singh and invited him to a state convention of Bihar Pradesh National Panthers Party in Patna next week. Bihar Pradesh National Panthers Party also sought approval of the national leadership for contesting forthcoming Assembly election in Bihar.

 

Bhim Singh lambasts at BJP, NC Calls EC to ensure free and fair polls

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Srinagar, Nov. 5, 2014:  Addressing media persons in Srinagar this afternoon, Prof. Bhim Singh, Founder of JKNPP said that a new alliance has emerged in J&K with the combination of BJP & NC. He pointed out at the statement made by J&K Chief Minister hailing Modi and BJP rather campaigning for Modi’s J&K 44 mission. He said that new combination and permutation came to the surface during Modi’s visit to Srinagar.  He said that BJP and NC have forged unholy alliance to rig the election jointly.

Prof. Bhim Singh accused Omar Government in denying security for the JKNPP candidates. He said that he accompanied two candidates in Ganderbal and Kangan today file their nomination papers as none of them was provided with any security cover.  He said that all other parties including BJP, Congress, NC and PDP have been provided with security, accommodation even fuel and vehicles. He said that the Panthers Party candidates failed to file their nomination papers in Kargil today say only because they were not provided with any security he said a candidate in Gurez also could not file nomination papers because of security reason.  Prof. Bhim Singh demanded that EVM should be brought directly to Jammu and Kashmir from the manufacturers and not from Gujarat.

Prof. Bhim Singh said that free and fair elections is the only way out to restore peace and normality in J&K.

In the meanwhile, four candidates of the Panthers Party namely, Abdul Rashid Ganai (Kangan), Ali Mohd. Bawa (Ganderbal), Ghulam Rasool Malik (Sonawari) and Bashir Ahmad (Bandipora) have filed their nomination papers in the first phase in Kashmir Province.