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Panthers Party demands govt's ouster, plans protest

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Jammu, June 25, 2013
First Published: 17:57 IST(25/6/2013) | Last Updated: 17:59 IST(25/6/2013)

In support of their demand for dismissal of the Omar Abdullah government and imposition of the President's Rule in the state, the Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) will be organising dharna at all districts headquarters on June 27.

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"Omar Abdullah is responsible for the ghastly attack on the army in Srinagar on Monday where eight soldiers got killed; his government should be dismissed immediately. JKNPP will launch one day 'satyagrah' at all district headquarters for imposition of President's Rule in J&K," Prof Bhim Singh, JKNPP supreme, told reporters here.

He alleged: "Omar Abdullah is making efforts for the creation of Islamic Republic of Kashmir by dissecting Doda and Rajouri-Poonch from Jammu. Both Congress and National Conference want to implement Dixon Plan in J&K".

Seeking amendment to Article 370, Bhim said, "The Article 370 which provides special status to J&K is totally flawed and it should be amended".

Stressing for reorganisation of J&K, Bhim said, "Reorganisation of J&K is the only alternative to autonomy, self-rule which promises justice to all the three regions of the state, namely, Ladakh, Kashmir and Jammu".


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