Kashmir Provincial Committee JKNPP meets CEC in Srinagar, urges for Governor Rule for free and fair elections

Several representatives of several political parties who were invited by the Chief Election Commissioner, Mr. V.S. Sampath today met the CEC in Srinagar. A delegation of the Panthers Party comprising Shri Masood Andrabi (State Vice President) and Shri Farooq Ahmed Dar (Provincial President) met the CEC in Srinagar and explained him the situation that prevails today in Kashmir Valley. The NPP delegation demanded Governor Rule in J&K to ensure free and fair polls in the State. They also told the CEC that there is no governance in the state and the flood-affected people have not been provided relief or compensation for their crop or the damages to their houses, orchids or land. The NPP delegation apprised CEC that there is no political office functioning in Kashmir Valley at its capital, Srinagar because of the total damage caused in Srinagar. They told the CEC that the office of the Panthers Party was completely damaged and there is no space for the party to function in the near future. NPP delegation further explained to the CEC that NPP Chief Patron, Prof.Bhim Singh who visited this week had no place to spend the night because the entire Circuit House, Guest House and all other security places have been demolished by flood. They said that Prof.Bhim Singh had to spend a night in some unknown place.

The Panthers Party delegation also submitted an interim report of the Committee appointed by the Supreme Court regarding relief and rehabilitation process which they said deserves consideration of the CEC to ensure free and fair elections with participation of the people.

The CEC assured to consider all suggestions of the NPP delegation.

Total collapse of administration in J&K Need for Guv.’s intervention under S-92

J&K National Panthers Party expressed its anguish, shock and dismay on the situation that has arisen in J&K following the havoc and devastation caused due to unprecedented floods in Kashmir Valley and Jammu Pradesh.  The Panthers Party leaders urged Shri N.N Vohra, the Governor J&K to open Governor’s Relief Fund so that all donors may contribute directly in the Governor Relief Fund.  This is essential to keep out the busybodies from playing hoax with the Relief Fund.  The NDRF and SDRF should be monitored under the supervision of the State Governor.

The Panthers Party also condemns the British Parliament for raising the bogey of the so-called J&K problem.  It said that Jammu and Kashmir need support and sympathies to save the people from death and destruction being caused by the havoc of floods.

A joint Statement was issued by Prof. Bhim Singh, Shri Harsh Dev Singh MLA & Chairman, Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia MLA & President, Shri Yashpal Kundal MLA & General Secretary in a press conference. 

The Working Committee of JKNPP in a resolution urged Shri N.N Vohra, the Governor of J&K to invoke Section 92 of J&K Constitution by proclamation to assume to himself all the functions of the Government of the State as well as all the powers vested in or exercisable the Council of Ministers.

The Working Committee of the JKNPP felt that the present government headed by Shri Omar Abdullah has ceased to function and discharge its duties and therefore there is a need that Section 92 should be invoked immediately.

The first essential responsibility of the State Government of is rescue nearly half a million (500000.00) human beings stranded/trapped in Kashmir Valley.  Nearly five thousands of them are foreign tourists, fifty thousand tourists from the country and the same number from Jammu Pradesh.

The Panthers Party regretted that the government has failed even to set up a single information centre in a safe zone anywhere in the state even the public places like Raj Bhawan, Chief Minister office, Divisional Commissioner offices, as well as police headquarters have ceased to functions.  It is only the brave efforts of the Indian Army which have saved the lives of lacs of people and still fighting with total dedication to carry on rescue operation on land, on water and in air.

The Panthers Party has set up information centres in New Delhi, Jammu and Srinagar but there is no place to convey this information collected regarding the missing persons in Kashmir Valley.

The Panthers Party has appealed the President of India to grant his concurrence for Governor Rule in J&K.  Panthers Party demanded that 2000 boats are the urgent need of the hour.  While congratulating the Kashmiri peasantry and the boatmen in their noble work to save the tourists and the outsiders, the Panthers Party demanded 2000 boats for the locals to help rescue the thousands of people stranded/trapped in water in Kashmir.

 

Bhim Singh with NPP leaders visited flood affected areas around Jammu

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party accompanied by senior leaders of the Panthers Party visited several areas on Indo-Pak International Border and other flood affected areas to take stock of the loss and damage of the property and loss of lives.

Prof.Bhim Singh regretted that Govt. of J&K or the Union of India have not been able to set up a single information centre regarding the thousands of people stranded in Kashmir Valley due to flood. He said that even Raj Bhawan, Chief Minister, Police Headquarters have no telephonic connection available at all. He demanded that the Governor should take over the administration under Section 92 of J&K Constitution to save the lives of nearly four lacs flood trapped human beings in Kashmir Valley.

The information offices set up by the Panthers Party in Jammu, New Delhi have received hundreds of enquiries about the missing persons but there is no communication with any section of the administration.

NPP announces 3rd list of its candidates from Jammu Pradesh in Billawar, Kathua & Nagrota

Jammu/Srinagar, Sept. 01, 2014: A Special Meeting of the Parliamentary Board of JKNPP held here in Jammu under the chairmanship of Shri Harsh Dev Singh MLA has cleared the third list of the candidates from Billawar, Kathua and Nagrota Assembly constituencies for the forthcoming Assembly Polls.
Shri Bansi Lal Sharma, Member Secretary of the Parliamentary Board announced that Parliamentary Board has nominated Shri Ravinder Biloria a candidate from Billawar (Kathua District), Shri Balbir Singh @Happy from Kathua Assembly Constituency whereas Mr. Vilakshan Singh @Lotus shall contest from Nagrota Constituency.
The Panthers Party has already announced the candidates from 16 constituencies in Jammu Province and 10 from Kashmir Valley. With this announcement Panthers Party has announced the list of 19 candidates for the Assembly.
Those present in the Parliamentary Board meeting included M/s. P.K Ganju & Ch. Mohd. Iqbal (Vice-Presidents), Ms. Anita Thakur, Yashpal Kundal, MLA & Shri H.C. Jalmeria (General Secretaries) and Shri Bansi Lal Sharma, Adv. (Political Advisor-JKNPP).
Prof. Bhim Singh Chief Patron of the party was also present as a special invitee.

Nothing short of ‘Jammu State’ JKNPP rejoinder to Amit Shah at Kathua Panthers Session

massive session of JKNPP was held at Kathua town which served a rejoinder to Shri Amit Shah, BJP National President by declaring that JKNPP shall fight for ‘Jammu State’ whatsoever.  Shri Amit Shah had addressed a special BJP rally at Kathua on 25th August, 2014 picking an Ex-MP of Congress and JKNPP District President

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party declared unambiguous term that the Jammu State (Dogra-Pahari State) of Jammu Province is the only way out to save the people of Jammu Pradesh of any further discrimination, harassment and injustice being meted out to them by the Central Parties namely Congress and BJP and regional parties like NC and PDP.  Nearly 3000 active workers of the Panthers Party participated including a heavy number of youth and women.

Prof. Bhim Singh praised the contributions of the Panthers Party Legislators inside the Assembly and the Council in their fight for the cause of youth, employees, farmers, ex-servicemen and the people of Jammu Pradesh and Ladakh in particular.  Prof. Bhim Singh congratulated the Panthers Party leadership inside the Assembly which have made a unique remark in the history of the State Legislature by continuing their battle facing all odds and threats to their security.  Prof. Bhim Singh appealed the people of Jammu Pradesh to give at least 30 seats to JKNPP and they shall bag at least 20 seats from the Valley.  He said Panthers Party target in this election is 50+

Speaking on the occasion JKNPP Chairman Shri Harsh Dev Singh, MLA declared that Panthers Party shall form the next government in Jammu and Kashmir and shall deliver justice to all sections and regions of the state.  He declared that Panthers Party Bill moved by him in the Legislative Assembly to introduce ‘secularism’ in the State Constitution was opposed by NC, PDP as well as BJP and others with shows that the present National Parties operating in J&K have no commitment with the people of Jammu State. 

Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia MLA & President of JKNPP declared that the Panthers Party is the youth force and the party shall get the support of all sections of the people in Jammu Pradesh in particular.  He said that the performance of the Panthers Party MLAs and MLC inside the Legislature in the interest of youth, students, farmers and the working class has been adjudged as the best by the media in Srinagar and Jammu. 

Member of Legislative Council Syed Mohd. Rafiq Shah reminded the Dogras of their great role in the 19th century to extend the boundaries of Bharata to China, Central Asia and Afghanistan. He justified the reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir so that Pahari community shall also get justice.

Others who addressed the session included M/s. Anita Thakur (General Secretary), R.S Manju (State Secretary), R.S Dogra (Provincial Secretary), Jiya Lal Verma (Provincial General Secretary), Kuldeep Sharma, Rajesh Kamal, Ajay Singh, Balbir Singh @Happy, Ram Dhan (Candidate from Hiranagar), Pawan Dev Singh (Candidate from Bani & State Secretary Young Panthers), Ravinder Biloria (State Secretary Young Panthers), Balvinder Singh Jamwal (Zonal President), Jagdev Khajuria, Jagdev Singh Mian etc.   

Earlier, 5 kms. long procession of nearly 300 motorcyclists was taken from Barnoti to Kathua.  Hundreds of JKNPP activists including women garlanded the Panthers Party leaders on their arrival at Barnoti. 

18 Members District Committee was given a special award for organizing this unique rejoinder to Amit Shah in Kathua by declaring that the Panthers Party shall continue their battle inside and outside the legislature for the restoration of Jammu State as it exist prior to 1846.