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Published:October 8th, 2010 10:09 EST
Massive Demonstration Held By Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party Activists

Massive Demonstration Held By Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party Activists

By SOP newswire2

Panthers hold massive protest in front of ECI, Demand disqualification of Omar Abdullah from Voters` List & de-recognition of NC

A massive demonstration was held by Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party activists in front of the Office of Election Commission of India at Nirvachan Sadan, New Delhi demanding disqualification of Mr. Omar Abdullah, the Chief Minister of J&K from voters` list for committing sedition against the Constitutions of J&K and India by declaring on the Floor of the Assembly on 7th October, 2010 that J&K is not integral part of India and the Accession was conditional.

The Panthers Party workers also made bonfire of six feet tall effigy of Omar Abdullah in front of the EC Headquarters expressing their protest against his anti-national and communal outburst who pleaded for the implementation of Dixon Plan by dividing J&K on communal lines.

The Panthers Party reacted sharply to the threat announced by Omar Abdullah on the Floor of House that Delhi (Govt. of India) shall be responsible for the consequences if they don`t accede to his demands.

Mrs. Meera Upadhyay, a noted social activist and general secretary of the Nationalist Congress Party also addressed the workers in support of the Panthers Party`s demand. Several party leaders including Pradesh President, Mr. B.S. Sajan, Vinod Sinha, Vice President, General Secretaries Mr. Rajiv Khosla, Afzal Khan, Om Kishan, District President, S. Baaj Singh, President, Western U.P., Mr. Chander Mohan and others while addressing the workers congratulated the Party Chairman, Prof. Bhim Singh for taking the movement to the people of the country so that they may decide the dubious role of the Congress Party on whose crutches Omar Abdullah is standing in J&K and teaching secession with support of the Congress.