JAMMU: National Panthers Party (NPP) candidate from Udhampur Parliamentary constituency Prof. Bhim Singh after his one week extensive election campaign in Reasi, Ramban, Kishtwar, Doda and Udhampur Districts cautioned the politicians, notables of the civil society about the danger that lie ahead on the way of democracy, development and peace in India.
By Ajmer Alam Wani / India
He told the media after his one week extensive election campaign in
Reasi, Ramban, Kishtwar, Doda and Udhampur Districts. He said there
are three major monstrous perils to the national unity, security and
external threat. He counted them as corruption, communalism and
terrorism (CCT). He said that Panthers Party is contesting in five
parliamentary constituencies out of six in Jammu and Kashmir. Two
seats in Jammu Pradesh where as all the three seats in Kashmir Valley.
He introduced to the press NPP candidate from Jammu-Poonch
parliamentary Constituency Shri Hari Chand Jalmeria advocate.
He declared that the panthers party shall mobilize the national
opinion from the platform of the Parliament to seek national support
on the main three issues facing the country as well as for the
Amendment in Article -370 so that Parliament is empower to make laws
on Jammu and Kashmir. He said that Panthers Party shall fight inside
the Parliament for the full integration of J&K with the rest of the
country so that the seedlings of terrorism or eliminated in Jammu and
Kashmir which is essential for the integrity, unity and sovereignty of
the greatest democracy in the world.
He said that the Panthers Party shall ensure justice with dignity to
the Pakistani refugees (approximately 85000/-) who have not been
provided full nationality and political and civil rights in Jammu and
Kashmir as citizens of India. He said that family rules must go
whether in Delhi, Madras or J&K. Prof. Bhim Singh said that the
Panthers Party shall ensure that justice is given to the SPOs,
Volunteers OF NYC, VDCs, contractual employees, home guards
volunteers, and all unemployed youth in the country.
He also ensured full justice to the Kashmiri and the Jammu migrants
by rehabilitating them with dignity and safety. Prof. Bhim Singh felt
strongly that neither Shri Narinder Modi nor Shri Rahul Gandhi shall
lead the Nation as the Prime Minister of India. He prophesied that
the next Prime Minister shall emerge from the regional parties may it
be from Tamil Nadu, Bengal, Utter Pradesh or Punjab.
Prof. Bhim Singh said that Panthers Party commitment is deliver
justice to all the regions of the J&K which is possible only after
reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir by the amendment in Article 370.
Prof. Bhim Singh presented a topographical sketch of Udhampur
Parliamentary constituency depicting the most miserable plight of the
people where human beings live life of cattle with no human dignity
and no justice.
He said this is a tragedy that half of the Udhampur constituency has
no road connection, no electricity, no drinking water, no doctors and
no medicines. Where the people have to seek psychological relief by
taking the help of magic masters etc. superstition is still the rule
of law. I found the situation is much worse than it was five-year
back when to told these areas extensively during the Parliamentary
election in 2008. Some of the following places I would like to mention
to remind the rulers of Kashmir and Delhi:
1. Mahu-Mangat: With the population of 14000/- it has no
road connection. It lies at a distance of 12 KM from the road
side in Banihal Tehsil. There is no ration available, no medicine,
there is no doctor in medical first aid centre. There is no
10+2 school. Where people live a life of cattle.
2. Neel-Top, Sargali, Sharbadahar, Malinsar, Hansraj Top:
A most attractive place for international tourism except Neel
Top there is no road connection at all. The places have remain most
3. Pogal-Paristhan: A most romantic and attractive for
International tourism. No lady doctor, no teachers in the school.
So called MG.NERAGA is unknown to the people in these areas of
4. Gool: This area falls in Ramban District whereas it is
attached with Arnas area which falls in a separate
District of Reasi. The topography even in cultural
outlook is different. Gool could be highly useful for international
tourism but it is cutoff even from its district headquarters.
5. Rajgarh: This area falls in Ramban constituency, in
district Ramban. No proper road connectivity, its five Halqa
Panchayats which are a part of Ramban have been cutoff an
attached with Doda district having no road connection
with Doda. Again no drinking water, no electricity, no teachers in
the school, and no doctor. This is worthwhile to mention that the
people in these hilly areas have never seen a lady doctor, even a
doctor where compounders and class IV employees act as doctors.
Where people die for want of medicines.
6. Dessa in Doda District is one of the most neglected
areas having no road connection, no medical aid centre and
schools are without teachers.
7. Paddar: Paddar is on the map of world and its history
was written by Zorawar Singh and his couple of Dogra soldiers
between 1836 and 1842. Michel has got an international attraction
because of famous Michel temple and other
places. Michel is not connected by road. The religious tourists in
thousands have to walk 25 km. The government has
deliberately neglected this area for 64 years. This is the place
where there lies the famous most sapphire mines. The sapphire
mines have been robbed by the rulers of Jammu and Kashmir. The
most valuable wealth of Paddar sapphire has been exploited
and robbed by the ruling politicians.
8. Marwah-Dachhan: This is again in Kishtwar district.
Nearly 70 km to the south of Kishtwar. The most shocking
that there is no road connectivity. The people live in stone age.
Where 90% population have not born shoes. Where
the people covered their feet by gross chapels. Where people live
on Sattoo and bazras for six months. The schools
have no teachers, even police station has couple of SPOs without
a senior police officer. Wadwan is another corner in
the region bordering with the district of Anantnag. Its connected
through Pony track. Where the votes are polled by the
Presiding Officer and of course rigged in favour of ruling
candidates. This is a tragedy that district of Kishtwar is
have been one Assembly constituency comprising of
Kishtwar, Paddar and Marwah-Dachhan. Delimitation is theonly way
out to respect the vote value of the place.
9. Gandon: Gandon is part of Bhadarwah constituency having
no road connection with Bhadarwah. During militancy half of
Gandon migrated to Chamba. It was me with NPP activists who managed
to bring the terrorist hit people Kaljugasar
(Gandon) back to their homes in 1993. No electricity, no
water, school without teachers and dispensaries without
any medical care. The road is workable for four months in a
year. It is worth place of the Congress candidate from
10. Kailash: Kailash Yatra is famous like other religious
yatras in Jammu and Kashmir. There is no road
connectivity with Kailash. The Kailash hills are about 20 km away
from Billawar Tehsil but there is no connectivity
between Billawar and Bhadarwah.
11. Jathana: Jathana is small island in Tehsil Kathua where
as this has been attached with Billawar constituency. A
clear example of discrimination with the people of Jammu Pradesh.
This place is facing a tragic situation surrounded by the mad
run rivers on one side and hills on the other. There are three
Panchayats having just one high school. During rains the entire
area remains cutoff from the rest of the world. This is an
example of discrimination with the people of
12. Border areas: Udhampur parliamentary constituency is
bordering with International border in Hiranagar and
Kathua. The people on the IB have been living on the mercy of
Pakistan in the most insecured situation. Mrs. Sonia Gandhi,
S. Manmohan Singh and Mufti Mohd. Syed at signed CMP in 2002
with me (Bhim Singh) to allot at least 10 marlas of land to the
people living along with border so that they may build their small
houses to seek protection during the shelling from Pakistan.
The Pakistani refugees are highly insecured because of the
resettlement act which provides return of those who migrated
voluntarily to Pakistan in 1947. They have not been given any
civil or political right till date in 64 years in spite of the facts
that they were provided some pieces of agriculture land left
by the migrants in 1948. They have been living the
most uncertained and insecured life with their children having
no identity of their own.