Waging war on invaders against democracy shall be real homage to Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

The Panthers Party activists today held a candle march at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi to pay homage to the first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru on his 49th death anniversary. The Panthers Party activists declared that they shall fight for the saviour of democracy and rule of law with the might and strength of ballots and not bullets (not bullets) as some groups sponsored, aided, abetted,  armed and financed by some enemies of India from across the borders have been doing to destabilize India.
In his brief note, Prof. Bhim Singh reminded the Panthers activists that he along with several young activists was sitting on fast unto death in front of the Parliament House on 27th May, 1964 demanding return of democracy in J&K, the day Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru died. The Panthers Party Supremo said that he was accompanied, by (among others) Shri Rashpal Singh, Advocate, High Court of J&K, Late Shri Raj Kumar Saigal, Late Shri Anadi, Late Shri Billu Pandit, Late Shri Durga Das Abrol, Late Shri Khem Raj Khajuria and several others. He said that he was student in Aligarh Muslim University and had joined the fast in front of the Parliament demanding stern action against the enemies of the State Accession and peace.
The Panthers Party activists resolved through a pledge that they shall fight for the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the country with the democratic means and methods. In a resolution they condemned all forms of bloodshed and violence in the name of revolution. The NPP activists declared that Ultimate Revolution is inevitable and that shall be brought with the power of the ballot. This, the resolution said, needs a strong will and movement to mobilizes public opinion particularly the younger people who are the hope of India of tomorrow.
The prominent among those who participated in the candle march included M/s.B.S. Sajan, President-DPNPP,  Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Secy. General-DPNPP, OM Kishan, Sanjay Kumar, Jitesh Kumar, Irfan Hussein, Mohd. Salim, Afzal Khan, Irshad Qureshi, Kali Ram Tomar, Chaman Nagar, Bhawani Maharaj, Dinesh Sharma, Raju Chauhan and others.