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Published:August 4th, 2012 13:22 EST
Panthers Party Members Pay Homage to Indian Freedom Fighters

Panthers Party Members Pay Homage to Indian Freedom Fighters

By SOP newswire


Hundreds of activists of Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party, mostly youth and students led by Chairman-NPP, Prof. Bhim Singh, organized a massive candle lights march in front of Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate, New Delhi to pay homage to great freedom fighters on their birthday which falls on 23rd July.

The two great freedom fighters were born on 23rd July. Shri Bal Gangadhar Tilak was born on 23rd July, 1856 whereas Maha Krantikari Chander Shekhar Azad was born on 23rd July, 1906. Both had unique and great contributions towards the freedom of India from the horrifying British Rule.

The Panthers Party activists took out a symbolic procession at the India Gate and pledged to ensure the delivery of justice and equity to all citizens of India who have remained deprived of justice, equality and equity by the successive governments since 1947. 

The Chairman, Prof. Bhim Singh also launched Rashtra Chetna Abhiyan from India Gate to mobilize the peoples` opinion and strengthen the bonds of National Integration. Hundreds of activists pledged to start their peaceful battle against corruption, communalism, criminalization and strengthen India`s resolve for complete disarmament and universal brotherhood so that universal peace shall prevail the world over. 

The prominent among those participated in the procession included M/s. B.S. Billowria, B.S. Sajan, Rajiv Khosla, Gaurav Bansal, Mrs. Sudesh Dogra, Kifayat Hussain Rizvi, Arjun Singh, Bhim Singh Vidhuri, Nishant Sambyal, Sushil Khanna, Ajit Singh, Sanjay Kumar, Jitesh Kumar, Irfan Hussain, Balwinder Kaur, Harvinder Singh and others. 

Sd/-Sudesh Dogra
Political Secretary   
National Panthers Party