Several youth from BJP join Panthers Party;Panthers alone can assuage hurt psyche of Jammuites: Harsh
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Embracing the ideology of JKNPP scores of youth led by Pratap Singh Jamwal Senior leader BJYM left BJP and joined Panthers Party in the presence of Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP, PK Ganju Vice President NPP, Paramjeet Singh State President PTU, Shankar Singh State Secy NPP, Gagan Pratap Singh Gen. Secy and Spokesman Young Panthers, Parshottam Parihar State Secy PTU and Th. Virender Singh State President NPSU at Party Headquarters in Jammu today. Addressing a galaxy of media persons, Harsh said that JKNPP was the only regional party of Jammu region which had been fighting for the cause of the Dogras right from the time of its inception both inside and outside the legislature.
He said that Delhi and Kashmir based parties were not the solution to the discrimination doled out to the people of the Jammu region and maintained that Panthers Party was well versed with the plight of the people which had vowed to regain the pride and honour of the Dogras at all costs.
Singh said that since the BJP had miserably failed to live up to the people’s expectations by cowardly surrendering all the Jammu based issues before the Kashmir centric leaders for the lust of power, the people of Jammu region were reposing faith in the Panthers Party.
Harsh, while joining the activists in the party fold, appealed to the people especially the youth to adopt the dogma of the Panthers Party. He asked the new entrants to propagate the agenda of the party at the grass root level and maintained that JKNPP was the only regional party of Jammu region which had experienced, unblemished and competent leaders who could fight for the rights and justice to the people in letter and spirit. Pratap Singh Jamwal while flaying the BJP’s policy of deceit, duplicity and betrayal cautioned the people not to get hoodwinked again by the rhetoric and tall pronouncements of the Saffron party and exhorted them to support and strengthen their own Panthers Party for their bright future. He adjured the people to give a befitting reply to the BJP for its misdeeds and betrayals in the days to come.
Prominent among those who joined Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party included Kanavdeep Parotra, Dheeraj Sharma, Balvir Singh, Sunil Kumar Malhotra, Nikhil Sharma, Hitbharti Sharma, Suresh Kumar, Pankaj Sharma, Jagbeer Chaudhary, Ashwini Kumar, Ganesh Kumar Sharma, Sunny Singh, Gagan Singh, Suraj Jamwal, Sidhant Dogra, Akash Pandit, Vinod Bhat and Sahil Sharma.