New Media Policy

Prof. Bhim Singh

NPP described ‘New Media Policy’ as a grave threat to FRs and freedom of Press

Jammu, 11th June 2020. Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of J&K National Panthers Party and Senior Advocate of Supreme Court of India held an urgent meeting of the Secretariat of J&K National Panthers Party at Jammu to work out an immediate and constitutional remedy to save the Indian citizens in Jammu & Kashmir, particularly the media, from the horrible clutches of the Delhi (President’s Rule) in Jammu & Kashmir through its appointed bureaucrat as Lt. Governor in Jammu & Kashmir which was recently, on August 5th, 2019, demolished as Jammu & Kashmir State and reduced into two Union Territories namely Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir. The State of Jammu & Kashmir has been deprived of its constitutional right and even Fundamental Rights of its residents. The State of Jammu & Kashmir was brought under President’s Rule depriving citizens of India in J&K of all their Fundamental Rights though Article 35A which had empowered the State Legislature to make any law violating the Fundamental Rights enshrined in the Indian Constitution. The first tragedy with the people of Jammu & Kashmir that it was converted into two Union Territories and deprived of all Fundamental Rights in spite the removal of Article 35A. The another tragedy with the people of Jammu & Kashmir that Article 35A was allowed indirectly by empowering the administration of the Union Territory to deprive residents of Jammu & Kashmir of all their Fundamental Rights. Which was unconstitutional and not permitted under the command of the Constitution of India. PSA floated by J&K Assembly to curb Fundamental Rights of residents of Jammu & Kashmir, citizens of India have been kept alive by constitutional fraud. This is for the information of all that thousands of residents, political activists have been kept in illegal detention by Lt. Governor Government in J&K. The third tragedy that residents of Jammu & Kashmir were deprived of all their Fundamental Rights under an old outdated State Assembly Law, Public Safety Act which is no more a valid law and its existence/validity has been challenged in the Supreme Court of India by NPP Supremo himself who…