Jammu : Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party accompanied by General Secretary JKNPP and Incharge Rajouri, Ms. Anita Thakur and other activists of the party visited Rajouri town and met several affected persons whose property, shops and other material was robbed or destroyed on 14th September, 2016 by the rowdy activists took entire Rajouri town in their controls and destroy property of locals, mostly from the minority community with no protection from the administration or police.
Prof. Bhim Singh talked to the sufferers and conveyed the demand of the sufferers that the Governor should appoint a sitting judge of the High Court to probe into the circumstances as to who were the destroyed and who robbed the property. This is also important to identify the culprits and the role of the administration and police that day. Prof. Bhim Singh said that the Commission should also judge the loss of property, shops etc. which the shopkeepers lost near Dak-Bunglow and in the Main Bazar.
Prof.Bhim Singh also congratulated the Foreign Minister, Mrs. Sushma Swaraj for her acute speech in the General Assembly of the United Nations but regretted that the Foreign Minister could not tell the world about the real tragedy as to why Jammu and Kashmir has not been integrated as it was done in respect of 577 States of the Union of India.
Prof. Bhim Singh congratulated the people of Rajouri from all walks of life and belonging to different disciples for defeating the ugly design of the enemies of peace and human love. Prof. Bhim Singh congratulated the people of Rajouri from all communities to stand together to defeat the nefarious designs of the enemies of peace in spite of the fact that ruling parties namely BJP-PDP, both tried their best to create a communal fiasco in Rajouri as they have trying in Kishtwar and Doda districts. Prof. Bhim Singh urged the Governor to intervene and set up an Enquiry Committee under a sitting judge of the High Court to ensure justice to the people of Rajouri and give a bluff to the enemies of peace and brotherhood.