JAMMU, Aug 12: Blaming the Kashmir centric political parties including separatists for spreading threats and mis campaign on the abrogation of Art 35 A, Jammu Province People Forum has warned of contempt of court as the case is already sub-judice in the Supreme Court of India.
Addressing a meeting, President, Pavittar Singh Bhardwaj repeated the resolve of the JPPF to fight till last for the abrogation of the said Article 35 A being a superficial insertion of political nature during 1954 in the constitution of India by dint of a presidential order which has no force of resolution by the Parliament of India as required under law. Misleading statements are being issued in this behalf but Jammuites cannot be befooled any more. It is the Supreme Court which will decide whether this insertion in the Constitution of India shall remain intact or shall vanish for good.
Speaking about forging unity amongst Jammuites President said the main aim of the JPPF has always remained to unite all sections of society on a single platform irrespective of party politics keeping apart differences of whatsoever nature with a single objective to give a united fight to the Kashmir centric forces including political and the separatists as well. The slavery which Jammu has been suffering since independence of their Kashmiri masters should be evicted once for all and their voice should echo in the Assembly for Jammu and not for Kashmir. Efforts are afoot to unite the Civil society, NGOs and all intellects in this behalf and the move shall be a result oriented in the days to come.
President appealed the Govt to declare Gazetted holiday on the Birth anniversary of Late Maharaja Hari Singh ji falling on 23rd September 2018, The Late Maharaja was the architect of the social reforms including women education, remarriage of widows and removal of untouchability in the religion.
JPPF decided to celebrate 15th August as usual by hoisting tricolor in its office at Thakkar Sahu Sabha at 10 AM. Besides working president MS Katock, the meeting was attended by Inderjeet Khajuria, Narayan Singh, ML Sharma, Avinash Bhatia, RS Jamwal, Rajinder Gupta, Rajeev Mahajan, Ram Rattan Sharma, Rattansingh Chak Udhampur, Bharat Singh Udhampur, Naresh Thapa, Surinder Veer, Balwansingh, Gurmeetsingh Isher,Prof OP Sharma, Prof Darshan Bhatia, Suneeta Sharma, Kamla Sharma and Satvir Kour.