NPP Supremo urges CEC to disqualify BJP from contesting in J&K polls

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Srinagar, Dec 8: Prof Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party who is presently in Kashmir Valley in connection with election campaign for the Assembly has sent an urgent communication to VS Sampath, the Chief Election Commissioner of India to declare BJP as disqualified party for the current Assembly election in view of the gross violation of the Code of Conduct by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party.

He said that Panthers Party had arranged four public meetings in Srinagar District today which were to be addressed by Prof Bhim Singh. He accused the ruling parties in Delhi and Srinagar for converting the entire districts of Srinagar and Budgam as police camp, impose undeclared curfew in the entire Valley with the result that election campaign of the Panthers Party and other parties were washed out which is a serious violation of the Code of Conduct.

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Prof Bhim Singh said that the people are forced to remain locked inside the houses, all the shops and markets have been shut down by the security forces to enable PM Modi to address a rally in a small ground in front of Amar Singh Club.

Singh lashed out at BJP for misleading the people in J&K and the rest of the country about PM Modi's rally in Kashmir that he is addressing a rally of over one lac people. He wondered on the wisdom of BJP leaders that Prime Minister is addressing one lakh people in a small ground which has capacity to accommodate only 4100 crowd.

The BJP, to bluff the nation, has taken out a boats show in the Dal Lake which besides polluting the lake water has caused a terror in the colonies residing around the Dal Lake in Srinagar.

He also accused J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for lending more than 3000 police trainees dressed in civil clothes to join BJP's Dal Lake show and then fill the ground where Prime Minister Modi shall address his historic election rally without any voter attending it.

Singh told media persons in Srinagar that he dared address several election rallies in Baramulla, Budgam, Pulwama, Anantnag and other places which were struck by the terrorists couple of days back.

He demanded high power judicial inquiry under the supervision of the Election Commission of India to find out the hidden truth in connection of the false claims made by the government.

He said that these terrorist activities were organized, abetted and supported by the NC-Congress leaders to create scare mongering campaign to deter the electorates to exercise their right to vote.

He accused Prime Minister Modi for hobnobbing with anti-national elements in search of his mission 44. He said that Panthers have won all the three seats in Udhampur, one seat in Ramban District whereas Panthers shall win half a dozen of seats in the Valley and 15 in Jammu Pradesh.

He said that Panthers Party is not fighting for power like Mr. Modi, NC, Congress or PDP. He told the Panthers Party workers last evening in Srinagar that the Panthers Party stands for Haq-aur-Insaaf for all to end the reign of terror, uncertainty, chaos so that people get back their lost freedom and civil liberties in the state.

NPP Supremo launches election campaign in Gandhinagar and other Jammu City constituencies

Prof Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party today launched election campaign from the heart of Gandhinagar (Jammu) Assembly constituency where Anita Thakur, a revolutionary youth leader, is contesting as NPP candidate with a Jammu State mission.

Singh appealed the youth, students, employees, farmers, workers, ex-servicemen to vote and support Panthers Party candidates which needs change, revolution and which represents aspirations of the people who have been suffering by years under the draconian rules of the Kashmiri politicians with the blessings of Central leaders.

Anita Thakur, the NPP candidate from Gandhinagar appealed the voters to vote for Panthers Party (Cycle) and assured them that justice shall be done to everybody.

Thakur appealed to the women voters in particular to join the battle of this mini-Bharata to liberate the people from the brutal rule of the Kaurvas though they are in majority and enjoy supports of the entire business houses and muscle power.

Mrs. Parveen Kausar, a candidate from neighbouring constituency of R.S. Pura (international border) also expressed gratitude for supporting the Panthers Party as Panthers Party is only party which has been fighting for Haq-aur-Insaaf for every person irrespective of his region, religion, caste or creed.

The contesting ladies led 10 kms long Rath Yatra from Jammu- R S Pura and Suchetgarh. Bhim Singh and other Panthers Party leaders accompanied the yatra.

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