Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) has embarked upon a communal harmony yatra from Jammu to Kishtwar. "We the activists of the Panthers Party have undertaken communal harmony yatra from Jammu to Kishtwar, which has been the mission and message of the JKNPP that justice and equity are the essential elements for the dignified living in a country like India which is the largest democracy in the world," party chairman Bhim Singh said.
He added that NPP is proud of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and their commitment to the cause of communal harmony and brotherhood. "Kishtwar incident was unfortunate and sad as it has caused human disturbance. We are equally proud of the people of Kishtwar for their commitment to the cause of secularism. In fact, Kishtwar has been a Sangam of the three major cultures, Ladakiath, Dogriath and Kashmiriath," he said.
"We are marching from Jammu to Kishtwar to strengthen communal harmony and carry the message of brotherhood to all our brethren through the wings of Rashtriya Chetna Abhiyan that Panthers Party has been carrying to all over the country, Ladakh to Kanyakumari, Nagaland to Dwarak," the NPP chairman said.
Those accompanying Bhim Singh included MLA Harsh Dev Singh and Balwant Singh Mankotia. They will stay at Udhampur on Thursday and proceed to Kishtwar on Friday.