Bhim Singh leaves for Moscow/Belgrade, Serbia. Bhim Singh invited to address International Conference in Belgrade on World War-I & Challenges for tomorrow

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Chairman of SCBA Sub-Committee on International Affairs has been invited to address International Conference in Belgrade, Serbia organized by the Board of Trustees, Center of National Glory, Dialogue of Civilizations World Public Forum and others. The centenary conference is dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the First World War’ on 17-18 September, 2014 in Sava Centre, Belgrade, Serbia. 
Vladimir Ivanovich Yaumin, Chairperson, Board of Trustees, Center of National Glory has expressed desire that Prof.Bhim Singh should address this conference on the after effects of World War-I and challenges for tomorrow.
Prof.Bhim Singh was also invited by Russian Federation and Asian Centre, UK in London to speak on World War-I and lessons that the world leaders should draw from the horrors of the wars.
Prof.Bhim Singh has cancelled his programmes to stop in Moscow or his visit to London (UK) due to the national calamity caused in J&K in particular due to fury of floods and unprecedented rains that caused havoc in the state.

Prof.Bhim Singh shall be visiting Belgrade, Serbia only because he was the only invitee from the entire Asian continent to address this historic international conference.
The Panthers Party headquarters, New Delhi, Jammu and Srinagar shall transmit Prof.Bhim Singh’s speech on 17th September, 2014, he shall be making in the international conference in Serbia.
Prof.Bhim Singh first visited Belgrade (Yugoslavia) in 1968 on motorcycle while travelling on peace mission. He has been a great friend of President Milosevic of Yugoslavia, who was killed in prison in the Hague while in custody of UN Criminal Court. Prof.Bhim Singh shall be leaving for Moscow on the morning of 15th September, 2014.

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.

J&K Legislature has no jurisdiction to discuss international relations or defence matters

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Member of National Integration Council has challenged the legality and competence of the Legislative Council/Assembly to entertain any matter for any discussion connected with the External Affairs, Defence or International Borders. Prof.Bhim Singh said that State of J&K even under Article 370 has no authority to interfere with any subject mentioned in List-I (Union List) of Seventh Schedule. He said that Army is covered under Item-2 of the Union List whereas Foreign Affairs are covered under Item-10. Item-9 clearly states that all matters relating to Defence, Foreign Affairs or the security of India are the subjects which can only be discussed or interfered with by the Parliament. The State Legislature is no competent to discuss any matter and entertain any resolution relating to any matter connected with International Borders or Defence.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that a so-called private resolution introduced today (27th August, 2014) and projected by a National Conference (ruling) MLC in the Legislative Council is not only obnoxious, illegal or unconstitutional but amounts to direct interference with the boundaries and jurisdiction of the Parliament. Hence it amounts to treason and therefore must be condemned by all nationalists. Neither the Chairman of the Council nor the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly has any competence to entertain such a resolution from any Member whatsoever.

Bihar Pradesh Panthers Committee reconstituted

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Member of National Integration Council has appointed Mohd. Mokim Ansari of District Gopalganj as State Organizing Secretary with immediate effect. He shall be authorized to set up State Office in Bihar in consultation with the Executive Committee of Bihar.
Shri Tufan Singh, President, Bihar Pradesh National Panthers Party has been intimated on the subject.

NPP condemned police barbarism against innocent youth in Karnah, Kashmir

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party, Member of National Integration Council has strongly condemned the barbaric police assault against the youth in Karnah who had gone to enroll themselves in the army on the invitation of the latter.

Prof.Bhim Singh demanded a judicial probe into the lathicharge, police firing and barbaric assault by the police against the innocent people, especially youth who had gathered for the enrollment in the army.

He accused the State government for the brutal act against the youth and demanded immediate dismissal of Omar Abdullah government comprising of National Conference and the hostile Congress which has been using Omar Abdullah as a pawn to suppress the voice of the people in the state.

In the meantime, Syed Rafiq Shah, MLC (State President, Young Panthers) and Mr. Jehangir Khan, Provincial Secretary of JKNPP have condemned the police brutal action against the youth in Karnah and demanded judicial enquiry.