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Foreign Ambassadors’ Kashmir visit, Reminder of Dixon plan: Bhim Singh

Jammu, February 17, 2021: The Prime Minister may be called by the President of India to justify Foreign Ambassadors visit to Kashmir. An emergency meeting of senior leadership of JKNPP was held here today to express serious concern over the official visit of Foreign Ambassadors to J&K for so-called mission to investigate the present situation emerging in the state following abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A in J&K state which was founded by first Dogra Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1846.
India is a sovereign country and J&K is an integral part of the Union. The local activities/political crisis is a domestic issue/problem and foreign countries can’t be allowed to send their diplomats official representatives to Jammu & Kashmir or to any territory of India to assess the situation and report back to the International agencies.
Seniors leaders who held the meeting included Prof.Bhim Singh (Founder & President-JKNPP), Mr. P.K Ganju, Iqbal Choudhary, Ms. Anita Thakur, Mrs. Manju Singh, Masood Andrabi, Hakikat Singh, Advocate Bansi Lal Sharma, Capt. Anil Gour, Mr. Neeraj Deewan, Mr. Gagan Pratap Singh, Sdr. Paramjit Singh Marshall, Mr. Parshotam Parihar, Mr. Surinder Chouhan besides others.
Prof.Bhim Singh addressing the meeting, warned the Modi government to be aware of this international plan which was framed by the USA and planted through Owen Dixon who was sent by the United Nations in 1951 to J&K to assess the situation in Kashmir. His plan ‘Dixon Plan’ was to dissect J&K to create, Greater Islamic state in J&K. This plan was rejected by then Prime Minister Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru that led to dismissing the then Jammu & Kashmir Prime Minister Sheikh Mohd Abdullah and putting him in jail.
The Panthers Party would like to warn Modi govt to understand past history and American interest in the region.
The Panthers Party appealed to all the nationalist political parties in India to ask Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi about the reason to allow Foreign Diplomats to visit J&K particularly at a time when J&K is passing through a very shaking crisis, politically.

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