NPP Supremo’s call to Parliament, extend Indian Constitution with FRs to J&K

Prof. Bhim Singh
Prof. Bhim Singh

New Delhi, 07th March. Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of
National Panthers Party who left this morning for J&K has made a strong
appeal to the President of India, Mr. Ramnath Kovind to take much delayed
decision extending all Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution to the
residents of J&K (Indian citizens) so that Constitution of India is
extended to the State of J&K with Indian Flag which has been delayed for 70 years.

Prof. Bhim
Singh said that people of J&K have demonstrated and proved their commitment
to secularism and brotherhood even in 1947 when
India was divided.

Prof. Bhim
Singh shall be holding meetings of the Panthers Party Advisory Committee both
in Jammu and Srinagar in order to seek their cooperation to contest all the
Parliamentary seats (six) from J&K in order to demonstrate the spirit of
the people of J&K for their integration with the rest of the country with
full basic and fundamental rights for its citizens.

NPP Supremo called on the residents of all three regions of the state of J&K namely, Ladakh, Kashmir and Jammu province to stand together in brotherhood and unity to ensure that justice shall flow from all corners to the State of J&K and the people of all the regions shall live in peace, cooperation and unity so that democracy shall flow with all the Fundamental Rights incorporated in the Constitution of India in its Chapter-III.

He also
called on the entire country to take care of the youth and the students of
J&K as they are the seedlings of the Indian democracy.