JKNPP President has been invited by Chief Patron to call a seminar of party on Feb. 6

Jammu, January 26, 2021: The district and block presidents’ meeting of the National Panthers Party shall be held on Saturday, February 6, 2021 at Jammu. Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP has proposed that a State President, Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia shall be the Convenor of this meeting being State President of the party.

The Panthers Party has proposed that a national convention of Panthers Party shall be held on February 14 & 15, 2021 in J&K, in Jammu which will adopt a national action plan and the re-election of the Panthers Party.

The Panthers Party shall hold the election for the State President whose re-election shall be held by the active workers of the party before March 23, 2021, the foundation day of the Panthers Party.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that the election of the Chairman of National Panthers Party comprising all States and Union Territories shall be held later by the Central Working Committee of the party.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that the two-terms of the President and the Chairman have been completed and the President shall be re-elected by the active workers in a convention of Jammu, Kashmir & Ladakh. JKNPP is a recognized political party by the Election Commission of India only in J&K and Ladakh which have been converted, unfortunately as Union Territory.

Prof.Bhim Singh conveyed this message to all colleagues, political friends and even to the critics that the mission which Panthers Party is carrying today is restoration of statehood of Jammu and Kashmir without any delay and holding election for the State Assembly after delimitation of the Assembly constituencies in Kashmir and Jammu regions. Prof.Bhim Singh also invited opinions/criticism/agreement/disagreement with this mission of the Panthers Party—Restoration of statehood is first and foremost mission with immediate Assembly election.

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