Srinagar, Dec 9: The so-called BJP tide appeared dull in the beds of the Tawi River of Jammu Pradesh with the whirlwind swipe of the Panthers Party today.
Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party dashed to the hearts of five historic Mandis of the historic town of Samba which played the role of the Dogras in the 1st and 2nd World War and played an exemplary role defending the state in 1947 when Pakistan invaded J&K.
Bhim Singh in his address to massive election rallies in Samba Mandis which has hundreds of army martyrs of 1947, asked the voters to vote for Panthers Party candidate Shri Yashpaul Kundal, a sitting MLA of the area.
Bhim Singh condemned hostile and discriminatory attitude of the successive governments in J&K right from Sheikh Abdulla to Omar Abdullah only because Samba is legendary of army martyrs who stood by integration of the state with the rest of the country during the Pakistan aggressions.
Bhim Singh said that Kashmiri rulers removed even the bricks from the walls of the Samba Fort and destroyed its world famed Mandis with a revengeful retaliation. Prof.Bhim Singh said that Samba Assembly constituency has been a reserved (SC) constituency for the past 18 years and there is no hope of its restoration as general seat for another 18 years.
Bhim Singh accused BJP which has been opposing delimitation of the constituencies at every platform just to appease Kashmiri rulers. Prof.Bhim Singh accused Prime Minister Mr. Modi for ignoring Jammu during his speech in the United Nations and later in Kishtwar.
Modi during his recent visit to Samba and Udhampur where Panthers Party MLAs are the sitting MLAs did not support the aspirations of the Dogra Pradesh and did not mention the tragedy of delimitation, injustice to the Dogras are the plight of the 15 lacs refugees from POK and Pakistan residing in Dogra Desh.
Bhim Singh said that the only way out is establishment of Jammu Dogra Pahari State with separate chief ministers, recruitment boards, public service commissions and budget for both the states.
Earlier, Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate of the Supreme Court and Member of the Supreme Court Bar Association of Jammu Pradesh visited the Office of Jammu High Court Bar Association and sought the support of the lawyers' fraternity during the polls.