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Published:December 17th, 2008 19:26 EST
Panthers Leaders Storm into Jammu District

Panthers Leaders Storm into Jammu District

By SOP newswire2

The Panthers Party leaders Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman of JKNPP, Mr. Harsh Dev Singh, Leader of the Panthers Legislature Party, Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, President of Yuva Panthers and Mr. Faqir Nath, Senior Vice President have stormed into the Congress and BJP basin in Jammu District to win the last war against the past ruling parties and BJP.

Prof. Bhim Singh today moved into Nagrota Constituency in support of party candidate, Mr. Ghulam Ali Engineer who is also General Secretary of the Party and appealed the people to vote for Panthers for equity, justice and good governance. Accompanied by Mr. Ghulam Ali Engineer he addressed several election rallies in Mathwar, Sarot, Ghour, Jandial, Rabtabhagani. He declares that Panthers Party if voted to power shall resolve the situation in J&K with peace and without the use of guns. Prof. Bhim Singh accused Congress, NC and BJP for exploiting the innocent people and BJP for trading with the sentiments of the people and assured that all the anti-people laws including Bill n.9 shall be abrogated.

Mr. Ghulam Ali declared to ensure justice for ST, SC, OBC and all other weaker sections of the society.

Mr. Harsh Dev Singh, Former Education Minster today campaigned in Marh constituency in support of Party candidate Ms. Anita Thakur, General Secretary of the party assuring the people that Panthers Party shall bring laws for the protection of the civil rights of women and other weaker sections. He presented Anita Thakur as the iron lady who have made unique contributions to strengthen the human right movement and supported the cause of the Jammu Migrants.
Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, the President of Yuva Panthers addressed several rallies in Samba and Vijaypur in support of the party candidates namely, Mr. Yashpal Kundal (former Minister) in Samba and Mr. Rajesh Padgotra in Vijaypur. He accused the past ruling parties for discriminating against ex-servicemen and assured that Panthers Party shall provide same relief and facilities to the ex-servicemen which are being provided in other states in the country.

Mr. Faqir Nath, Sr. Vice President of the party took up the battle in Domana Assembly Constituency in support of party candidate, Mr. Diwakar Bhagat, a youthful engineer (SC) who is pitched against the former Congress Minister. Mr. Faqir Nath accused Congress, NC, PDP and BJP for ignoring the interests of the SC communities and using them like sheep just to raise their vote bank. He appealed the Dalit fraternity to vote for Panthers Party which represents the aspiration and future of their children.

Jagdev Singh,
Coordination Secretary