JAMMU, Apr 14: Chief patron of NPP, Prof Bhim Singh has expressed shock on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement he made in Kathua, this morning stating that the PM forgot to mention BJP’s candidate in Udhampur Lok Sabha contest besides he also failed to mention the failures of the BJP Govt during its rule in India.
Talking to media-persons here Bhim Singh expressed shock that a Prime Minister while speaking to the voters in Kathua completely forgot to mention that Jammu & Kashmir did not have tricolour flag rather is having a separate flag and the Constitution. The Prime Minister also forgot to mention the earlier blunders of the Congress Govt and present blunders by his own Government.
Bhim Singh strongly criticized the Prime Minister for omitting the Instrument of Accession which was signed by Maharaja Hari Singh on October 26, 1947 yet three subjects which Maharaja acceded to the Union of India have not been included into legislative jurisdiction by the Parliament of India which has been under the control of BJP for 16 years.
NPP leader accused the Prime Minister of India for his utter failure to expose the majority parties in the Parliament since 1950 till today (Congress & present rulers). He accused the Congress and the BJP who ruled the country for several years for ignoring to seek Constitutional measures to bring an end to the so called Jammu & Kashmir problem through the Parliament of India.
Bhim Singh expressed surprise that Prime Minister in his own speeches he made in Akhnoor on March 29, 2019 and in Kathua this morning did not say a word about extension of Constitution of India to the entire J&K state . J&K was kept out by the Congress and now by the BJP. He called on the voters to defeat both the Congress as well as the BJP during the present Lok Sabha elections so that Indian flag shall fly in the entire J&K and the Constitution shall govern the state with all Fundamental Rights. He accused both the Congress and BJP for their blunders committed vis-a-vis Jammu & Kashmir during their rustic and corrupt rule.