NPP Supremo appreciates Sushma Swaraj speech in United Nations but regretted that she failed to touch the hidden volcano

Addressing a press conference in Jammu, the winter capital of J&K State this morning at Ashoka Hotel, Prof. Bhim Singh, Founder of National Panthers Party while addressing a press conference, he expressed shock on the failure of Modi Government for having fail into totality to oppose and expose the enemies of peace in India vis-a-vis Jammu and Kashmir.  Prof. Bhim Singh, though, appreciated the strong speech made by Mrs. Sushma Swaraj on thefloor of the General Assembly of United Nations exposing a Pakistan with a strong note.  He expressed shock that Government of India in its brief for the Foreign Minster had failed to expose the dangerous design of Pakistan vis-a-vis Jammu and Kashmir.  The Panthers Party Supremo while praising Mrs. Sushma Swaraj for her wonderful speech on the floor of the General Assembly of the United Nations but regretted that the Foreign Minister of India could not come out on the failure of the Indian leadership to integrate Jammu and Kashmir with the rest of the country when Constitution of India was promulgated on 26th January, 1950. 

            Prof. Bhim Singh said that Indian leadership had committed a blunder in the Constituent Assembly when they promulgated Constitution of India by keeping Jammu and Kashmir out of the Union.  Insertion of Article 370, though temporary, was the greatest blunder of all the political parties who were representing the Constituent Assembly from 1947 to 1950.  Prof. Bhim Singh said that Maharaja Hari Singh was the only Maharaja who had declared in 1931 in London Round Table Conference that, “I am an Indian first and then Maharaja”.  That Maharaja was exiled by Nehru’s Government in 1948. Yet the state of Jammu and Kashmir was not merged into the Union of India. On 20th August, 1952 Sheikh Abdullah passed a resolution in his home Constituent Assembly which had no relevance after Maharaja’s Accession to the Union of India for 26th October, 1947.  Jammu and Kashmir was not merged in the Union of India in spite of the Accession signed by the Ruler on 26thOctober, 1947 at Amar Singh Palace, Jammu in the presence of federal Home Secretary Shri V.P Menon. 

Prof. Bhim Singh regretted that the Modi government has failed to understand the complicates of the situation and Mrs. Sushma Swaraj was not properly addressed to speak on the subject. Prof. Bhim Singh said that Jammu and Kashmir became integral part of the Union of India, offer was made by the Maharaja and accepted by Lord Mountbatten on 27th October, 1947.  This is a tragedy that the Constituent Assembly did not integrate J&K with the Union of India in spite of the fact that the people and the leadership of Jammu and Kashmir has made commitment in the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir that state of Jammu and Kashmir is and shall remain integral part of the Union of India. 

 Prof. Bhim Singh said that the Parliament of India has failed to discharge its duty to integrate the state of Jammu and Kashmir as they have done in respect of 577 states and even Baroda which acceded to the Union of India in 1948. He said that Goa was liberated from Portuguese control in 1961 and stands integrated with the Union of India.  Why not J&K till today? 

Prof. Bhim Singh called on Members of Parliament including those who are ruling the country to go through the speeches of Mr. Krishna Menon he made in 1957 placing all facts on records and exposing Pakistan for the utter violation of UN resolution of 13th August, 1948.  Prof. Bhim Singh regretted that this part of the history was completely ignored by previous government in the centre and this truth has been buried deep by the BJP government led by Shri Narendra Kumar Modi.  He regretted that Mrs. Sushma Swaraj in her wonderful speech failed to remove the curtain from the grave yard of the Constitution history vis–a-vis Jammu and Kashmir. 

 Prof. Bhim Singh gave a call to the Members of the Parliament to come out straight, integrate the state of Jammu and Kashmir by merging it with the into the Union of India, though late shall expose all enemies of India before the world.   

PTU declares war against J&K Govt. on May Day Rally at Ramban if Labour Laws are not implemented

A massive May Day State Rally was held by J&K Panthers Trade Union at District Headquarters, Ramban in J&K. Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of PTU who was Chief Guest on the occasion called on the working class, labours and farmers unite for the implementation of Labour Laws including Minimum Wages Act which have not been enforced till date. Prof.Bhim Singh declared a war against the government if failed to grant all those civil liberties, right to wages and work for the labourers and farmers in J&K by the August 1, 2015. He warned the government to face the PTU from the road to the Supreme Court from August 1, declaring 2015 as ‘Youth Year’.

The rally was also addressed by Masood Andrabi, Chairman, PTU, Mr. Sewa Singh Bali, General Secretary-PTU, Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretary-JKNPP, Mr. Farooq Ahmed Dar, Kashmir Province President-JKNPP, Mr. Padam Dev Singh Dogra, State Secretary-PTU, Mr. Maqbool Malik, State Secretary-JKNPP, Mr. Abdul Majid Dar, Mr. Ahmed Wani, District Ramban-PTU and others. May Day Rally was presided by PTU General Secretary, Mr. Sewa Singh Bali.

A strong resolution was adopted at the rally demanding, among other things, implementation of Minumum Wages Act, release of all the pending scholarships and arrears of SC & ST students till 31st March, 2015, regularization of services of 60,000 casual labourers, regularization of 28,000 SPOs, 3000 SSB Volunteers, 5000 homeguard volunteers, about 5000 contractual employees, free uniform, books (including shoes to the students upto 8th class–this concession was sanctioned by Shri Harsh Dev Singh, Panthers Party MLA as Education Education of 2003 to 2005). Panthers Trade Union also demanded a respectable and honourable treatment to the students in Govt. schools as it was pointed out, that several village schools have no sitting arrangements for students nor there is any mid-day meal served at all. It was felt that there are 55,000 regular posts in the Govt. departments and demanded to fill all the posts on regular basis through a due process and procedure.

Heavy tributes were paid to the martyrs of Labour Movement who were killed by bullets in labourers May Day rally for equal treatment in 1889 in Chicago.

Rally was demanded May Day to be declared as a holiday in memory of the martyrs of Labour Movement and demanded genuine and due process of law to provide social security to the unemployed youth.