JAMMU: Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of JKNPP in a strong note addressed to the Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh sought his intervention to ensure safety, honour from the barbarism of J&K Police working under the dictates of BJP leaders in Jammu City.
Prof. Bhim Singh in his communication addressed to the Union Home Minister sought intervention of the Union Home Minister for the safety and security of the political activists associated with the Panthers Party and their minor children who have become a target for the BJP leadership. Singh said that Panthers Party Legal Cell has arranged a get-together of the Legal Aid Cell with the Talwara Migrants to celebrate the victory of the Talwara Migrants over the recent judgment of the High Court of J and K granting relief-balance to the migrants which amounts to nearly Rs. 15 crore.
Singh in his note to Home Minister said, “It is a tragedy that RSS control government in J and K has started targeting the Panthers Party workers which is evident from the brutal, illegal and criminal act committed by the Traffic Police of Jammu City this morning. The traffic police took out the Panthers Party senior leader and Coordination Secretary, Jagdev Singh from a private vehicle and snatched small kids (minor children) from the vehicle, dragged them like gunny bags and dumped into the police jeep. Jagdev Singh was going to attend celebration in connection with wedding and carrying lot of gifts meant for this celebration. The traffic police dragged Jagdev Singh and minor children more than eight and dumped them into a police jeep. They have been detained in police lock-up in warehouse Jammu. I have spoken to Jagdev Singh, sent a legal aid team headed by Chetan Sharma and Bansi Lal Sharma to take appropriate legal action. I urge the Union Home Minister for his intervention to ensure that Brutal Rule comes to an end in J&K.
Prof.Bhim Singh also urged the Governor of J and K, N.N. Vohra for his urgent intervention and take urgent legal action against the brutal rule of traffic police without any delay. He threatened that the appropriate legal action shall be taken against the J and K police and the administration for their brutal, illegal and authoritarian action.