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NPP Supremo holds online conference  with state leaders from J&K to Kanyakumari  

New Delhi, January 16, 2021: Prof.Bhim Singh, Founder & Chief Patron of JKNPP held an urgent conference with several state leaders of the Panthers Party. He also held conference with Tamilnadu President, Mr. Naresh Ambethkar, Uttar Pradesh President, Mr. Ram Aadhar Singh Bishen, Rajasthan President, Mr. Anil Sharma, Delhi President, Mr. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Haryana State President, Mr. Shashi Bharat Bhushan, Advocate, West Bengal President, Mr. Manas Banerjee and J&K President, Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia and others.

NPP Supremo in his conference with NPP leaders expressed shock at the nature of humiliation that people of J&K have been subjected to by reducing the statehood of the 1846 founded state of J&K into a Union Territory. He charged the Central government for reducing the status of Jammu and Kashmir state into a Union Territory by the Union government on August 5, 2019. He conveyed to the Panthers Party leaders the message of the people of J&K that the residents of J&K were only the people of J&K who opposed merger of J&K with Pakistan. It was J&K which gave a message of secularism for India as was mentioned by Mahatma Gandhi in 1946.

Prof.Bhim Singh has invited the entire NPP leadership from all over the country to participate in the national convention of the Panthers Party in the first week of March, 2021 in New Delhi. He said that the Panthers Party shall mobilize the political leadership of all nationalist and secular political parties operating in India as recognized political parties which shall be invited to the national convention by the Panthers Party. He said that Panthers Party has a mission to unite all secular-socialist-democratic and nationalist political parties from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Dwarka to Imphal.

Prof.Bhim Singh said that a national movement shall be launched in India if statehood of J&K is not restored by March 23, the foundation day of the Panthers Party. The Panthers Party also demanded election to the State Assembly after delimitation of the Assembly constituencies of J&K. 

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