Panthers Party stage protest in Delhi
New Delhi, July 19: Several Panthers activists Friday held a massive demonstration at Jantar Mantar New Delhi demanding immediate dismissal of NC-Congress government in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Party in its note addressed to the Prime Minister of India demanded intervention of the Union government in the national interest so that the people of J&K shall not suffer from further death and destruction caused due to non-governance in the state.
Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party urged the Prime Minister of India to heed to the suggestion of Prof. Bhim Singh, Panthers Party Supremo as to what needs to be done in the state in the present situation.
Prof Bhim Singh has suggested dismissal of Omar government in J&K, promulgation of Governor Rule and institution of high power judicial inquiry into the killing of six villagers yesterday besides killing of 120 youth and students in 2010, brutal assassination of police and army men in the broad-day light in Kashmir Valley among others by a sitting judge of the Supreme Court.
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