Says Pak successful in fomenting communal trouble in Jammu through Mehbooba

GJ REPORT
JAMMU: Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Chairman of World Peace Council in India has urged the President of India to advise the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir N. N. Vohra to immediately accept the resignations submitted by the BJP ministers in the J&K Cabinet. He asserted that the state assembly has lost the confidence and trust of the people of this state and as such the President should immediately impose the Governor’s rule.
The National Panthers Party supremo appealed to the people across the state to support the move stating that it is necessary to ensure that peace returns to this trouble torn state.
Prof. Bhim Singh expressed shock over the alleged fact that Pakistan has been successful in installing its hard core ambassador in the form of the present Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in J&K who has successfully fomented communal trouble in Jammu province by creating the present situation in Kathua.
Prof. Singh condemned the British Members of Parliament for raising the issue in the British House of Commons today thus creating an alarming situation for the Indian Foreign Ministry by accusing India of rape and murder of a minor in Kathua without application of mind.
The NPP supremo challenged the statement by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the issue without verification and without seeking information from the relevant quarters of the Govt. of India or from the office of the permanent representative of India in the United Nations. Prof Singh asserted that the Govt. of India is committed to give justice to the victim family.
Prof. Bhim Singh said that all the local organizations, civil associations as well as law related organizations have been working to ensure that the killers are identified and punished without any delay. He urged the Govt. of India to refer the matter to the Inquiry Commission be it the CBI or any other Central Agency in order to dig out the names of the real culprits and award them stringent punishment.