NPP urge UHM to advice J&K Governor to impose Governor Rule to save impending disaster

NPP has urged Shri Rajnath Singh, the Union Home Minister to advice Shri N.N.Vohra, the Governor of J&K to invoke Section 92 of J&K Constitution to impose Governor Rule in the state without any delay. The Panthers Party has been holding peaceful protests in J&K seeking intervention of the Union Government to impose Governor Rule in the national interest and the security of the state. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the situation has completely gone beyond the control of the state government since July 8, 2016 and there is no hope in the administration of J&K to revive the situation in the national interest and security of the state.

          The Secretariat of JKNPP has appealed to all political organizations and those who believe in peace and security of the state to appeal the Governor to impose Governor Rule and take over the administration  in the national interest without any delay.

          Prof.Bhim Singh appealed the people of the Valley particularly the youth and the students to join hands with the Panthers Party to ensure that peace is restored in the Valley and justice is delivered to everybody.

          Panthers Party demanded that use of pellets (lead bullets) be banned (stopped) forthwith by declaring it as unlawful and against the letter and spirit of principles of natural justice and human rights. Prof.Bhim Singh said that use of pellets is not only inhuman but a dangerous weapon which cannot be permissible in a civilized society that too India which has been an ocean of love and peace for thousands of years. The Panthers Party has also decided to move a petition before the Supreme Court of India for the total ban on the use of pellets/bullets/deadly weapons against the civil activists to punish them. Such methods were used by the Israeli army/police against the Palestinians and the entire world had condemned the use of pellets/lead bullets. This is utterly against the humanity and peace loving policy of Bharata.

NPP Supremo urges J&K Governor to dissolve J&K Assembly which is breathing on oxygen

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP has urged Shri N.N. Vohra, the Governor of J&K to close the doors of so-called negotiation with PDP and BJP in J&K begging them to wear the power crown in J&K so that the loot and anti-national agenda of handful of enemies of the country is allowed to flourish in the state.

          Prof.Bhim Singh reminded the J&K Governor that he is authorized by the State Constitution under Section 53 to dismantle the State Assembly in case there is no possibility of setting up a reasonable government of a party or parties which have unequivocal commitment to the Constitution of India to uphold national unity and its integrity. He said that the two parties namely PDP and BJP are poles apart in action and in their manifestos where they had sworn in before the Chief Election Commission of India to uphold the national unity, integrity and its commitment to national integration. The NPP Supremo said that Prime Minister Modi is more interested in power for his party than for the unity and integrity of the country. He is more passionate to protect saffronism than secularism and this was a national tragedy that Prime Minister Modi sacrificed the national commitment of his party for integration of J&K with the rest of the country. He said that Prime Minister Modi has forgotten that Article 370 is poisonous pill in the heart of the Indian Constitution which has kept J&K away from the rest of the country. He questioned the BJP’s role in J&K which is no less than those who were responsible for creating communal and sectarian conflict in the country.

NPP Supremo accused PM Modi for siding with the undesirable forces in J&K just for power least realizing that his alliance for power with PDP or NC is more dangerous than the ISI sabotage in J&K. He said PM Modi and his advisors have no idea about the situation prevailing in J&K nor they have any knowledge of the historical background vis-a-vis the Accession of the State with the rest of the country. He asked, does PM know the intriguing language used in Article 370?  Does he know the Article 370 collapsed on August 20, 1952 when so called state Constituent Assembly abolished Monarchy in the State? Does he know that J&K was not merged in the Union of India when all states joined the Union of India by 26thJanuary, 1950?  Does the PM know why J&K was not merged in the Union of India in 1950 with others states? Does he know that Article 370 turned dead on August 20, 1952 when the monarchy was abolished and Dr. Karan Singh was re-designated as Sadre-Riyasat from his status of ‘the Regent of the state’?. Does PM know that the Parliament he represents has no authority/power/jurisdiction to make any law vis-a-vis Jammu and Kashmir? Prof.Bhim Singh called on the Prime Minister and his team to find out the answers to these questions before he finally takes a dig in the politics of Jammu and Kashmir. 

Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Prime Minister owes a responsibility to answer why no government could be formed in more than two months in J&K? And why the Governor was forced to shut his pen to dismiss the State Assembly and go for fresh polls. He accused both the Congress and the NC leaders for shutting their ears and wrapping their eyes so that they see no evil and hear no evil. NPP Supremo blamed RSS to try to inflame communal passion in the country by trying to create vertical division in the society so that their dream of Hindutva rule is realized.

Prof.Bhim Singh expressed serious concern on the silence of national newspapers and media in the country to impose undeclared ban on the political situation and the activities of the nationalist political parties and the people. He accused Modi government for silencing the national media from reporting the facts and happenings in J&K. This is worst than emergency which people of J&K have been facing so that none shall, in the rest of the country, no the actual state of affairs and the truth vis-à-vis the situation in the state. BJP is lust for power in Kashmir can endanger the walls of National Integration.      

A set back to BJP-PDP Govt. in SC As it rejects J&K Appeal in beef row

 A Division Bench of Supreme Court of India presided by Justice Mr. H.L. Dattu, Chief Justice today rejected the SLP (Special Leave Petition) filed by J&K Govt. against two separate notices issued by Jammu Wing of J&K High Court dated 8.9.2015 and Srinagar Wing of same High Court dated 16.9.2015. The Jammu Wing of the J&K High Court had directed the police administration to ensure enforcement of the law as laid down in the Ranbir Penal Code (Indian Penal Code is not applicable in J&K) which prohibits slaughtering a cow or bovine animal in the state. The Srinagar Bench issued a notice to the J&K Govt. on another writ petition filed in Srinagar Wing of High Court challenging the validity of Section 298(A), (B), (C) & (D). The State of J&K instead of filing counter to the writ petitions (both PILs) chose to move an SLP before the Supreme Court of India on the ground that such notices have created law and order situation.
          The SLP was heard this morning by a Division Bench headed by the Chief Justice of India which refused to entertain the SLP filed by the Govt. of J&K. In the meantime, Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr.Advocate submitted before the court that the two orders were neither contradictory nor such notices had created any cause of action for the Supreme Court of India to intervene. He also welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court of India to return the case back to the High Court of J&K with a direction that the Chief Justice of J&K shall constitute a 3-judge bench to hear both the writ petitions (PILs). The Chief Justice of India made it clear that the court was not staying the notices or orders issued by the two benches at Jammu and at Srinagar. Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Supreme Court clearly stated, “We are not staying the orders/notices.” The court said that the notice of the Jammu Bench is being kept in abeyance temporary till the new bench is constituted by the Chief Justice of J&K. The court also refused to interfere with the order of the Srinagar Wing of the High Court and observed that there is no reason to interfere with the powers/jurisdiction of the legislature.
          Prof.Bhim Singh said that the Supreme Court did not use words contradictory orders as were used in the SLP of the state. The Supreme Court did not interfere with the provisions of the Ranbir Penal Code either.
          Prof.Bhim Singh was assisted by Mr. B.S. Billowria, Ms. Ritu Puri and other advocates.