Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate argues strongly before SC for application of NEET for MBBS students of J&K

Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate & Executive Chairman of the State Legal Aid Committee, J&K today made a strong appeal before a three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court of India seeking its clear mandate to allow the NEET application in J&K so that the ruling political weights and high profile bureaucrats shall not use this process for the promotion of their children as it has been happening for the past 60 years in J&K.

          Prof.Bhim Singh was arguing against the IA filed by the State of J&K (comprising of BJP and PDP) made strong submission against the State of J&K demand to keep NEET process out of the doors of J&K. Prof.Bhim Singh submitted in Supreme Court that NEET is a good beginning to introduce the doors of justice and equity for the students of J&K so that they can also get an opportunity to enter into the MBBS and BDS courses throughout the country which has been denied to them for several years. Prof.Bhim Singh submitted before the court that the students and their parents have expressed full faith in the latest system,NEET and hoped that the students of J&K shall get an opportunity to go anywhere in the country for building their bright future as doctors and dentists.

          Prof.Bhim Singh in his arguments strongly opposed the appeal of J&K government to exclude the State of J&K from the applicability of NEET. Prof.Bhim Singh said Article 370 became defunct when Maharaja Hari Singh, J&K was removed by the so-called Constituent Assembly headed by Sheikh Abdullah and supported by the Congress in 1952. Prof.Bhim Singh argued that Article 370 has ceased to exist and could not be relied upon any longer. He said that J&K is integral part of Union of India and no special concession for corruption and illegal action can be given to the State of J&K. He prayed the Supreme Court of India to dismiss IA 20 & 21 filed by the Govt. of J&K before the Supreme Court to ensure that, “I (Bhim Singh) an Indian like all other residents of J&K and entitled the share the benefits and fruits of the fundamental rights incorporated in the Constitution of India under Article 14, 21 and other provisions”. He urged the Supreme Court to dismiss J&K State’s application without delay.     

SC Sr. Advocate & Executive Chairman of State Legal Aid Committee urges President Mukherjee to act to save democracy in India

Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate & Executive Chairman of State Legal Aid Committee who is also Supremo of National Panthers Party today urged President, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee to act fast according to the mandate of the Constitution so that democracy is not allowed to be paralyzed by the party in power in the Centre. Prof.Bhim Singh also demanded to hold an urgent meeting of National Integration Council to work out a consensus for the defense of democracy and respectful rule of law which is facing liquidation at the hands of BJP government in the Centre.

          Prof.Bhim Singh called on the national leadership of secular, democratic and progressive political parties to convene a meeting of all the nationalist and secular parties at the earliest to work out a clear an adjective strategry for the defense of democratic norms and in respect of rule of law so that the National Integration shall be strengthened.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that the political situation which has been fomented in the North-East (Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh) and Uttarakhand just for imposing BJP command in the region bordering with China. Prof.Bhim Singh said that BJP intends to grab power in J&K just for the sake of power at the cost of national unity and integration.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that all the nationalist, secular and progressive political parties should join hands to defeat the Gorbachev hidden plan that threatens the very spirit of national federalism, secularism and democracy in India.

          Prof.Bhim Singh has also decided to write letters to all the political and social organizations except BJP and RSS. He also invited suggestions of the lawyers’ fraternity and intellectuals in this regard so that the rise of India is not hampered by the vested interests.