JKNPP Rejects Second Draft Proposal Of Delimitation Commission

SRINAGAR: &K National Panthers Party rejected the second draft proposal of the Delimitation Commission which has suggested the creation of new constituencies and redrawing of others in Jammu and Kashmir.

The statement said that the Working Committee of JKNPP held urgent meetings at Srinagar, Jammu and Ladakh demanding holding of Delimitation Commission with the representatives of all recognized political parties in J&K including JKNPP, National Conference and PDP so that the genuine blunders in the Report shall be cured by the representatives of recognized political parties in J&K and Ladakh.

“Prof Bhim Singh, President of J&K National Panthers Party and several senior leaders of recognized political parties in J&K must be consulted and their opinions recorded about the credibility of the Report which has been a dangerous mode to carry forward Owen Dixon Plan of 1951,” said the statement.

“The plan was rejected by all national and state political parties in 1951.  This was one of the reasons that Sheikh Mohd. Abdullah, the then Prime Minister of J&K was dismissed by the then Prime Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1953,” it said.

“Some of the Central political parties also made several blunders later. Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah had to loose his job in 1953 and spent more than 20 years in different jails from Kashmir to Kanyakumari (Tamilnadu),” it added.

The Panthers Party leadership made a strong appeal to all the national and state political parties to go into the depth of the J&K problem, which was better understood by the Congress leadership than those who managed to sweep Centre power in Delhi after the Congress rule.

Prof Bhim Singh hoped that the present Panthers Party leadership in State and the Centre levels shall hold an urgent national meeting inviting all secular, nationalistic and progressive political parties from all over the country so that a reasonable time may be devoted to find acceptable resolution of the problem being faced by the residents of J&K and Ladakh.

The Panthers Party urged the President of India, Ramnath Kovind to dissolve the present Delimitation Commission by using his sovereign power to save peace in J&K and the security of the State integrity of J&K which was founded by Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1846 is the only way out to save India’s unity and integrity.

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