Delegation of NPP interacts with suffering people, demands justice

Newspoint Bureau
Ramban, June 12
Professor Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) who started goodwill yatra with his colleagues of the Panthers Party arrived Ramban last evening.
While addressing the gathering Professor Bhim Singh assured the suffering people that he shall move a petition in the Supreme Court seeking justice for the people suffering in these villages because of the non-governance.
The strong delegation met several delegations of the workers, farmers, youth, employees and others on their way, from Ramban to Sangaldan, Gool, Budhan, Mahore and reached Reasi at the end of the day.
Professor Bhim Singh was presented by dozen of complaints by the local persons. There are 60% vacancies of teacher posts in the schools. The electric wires are flying over the heads of the people. Hundreds of people narrated their tragic tales which included.
The schools have no teacher. A High School in Budhan has 600 students but only four teachers, none of them is even a graduate for the past two years. There is a dispensary, a primary centre in Budhan but the people have not seen a doctor or a nurse for the past two years and many more problems.
Some local people were killed by the militants in the past but no compensation has been paid. A person Jamir Singh about 60 years old was attacked by the militants in the area killing his wife and he himself was injured. He also lost his child Jamir Singh survived carrying bullet wounds in his chest.
The area which falls in District of Reasi in the constituency of Mahore has kept an exemplary secular tradition both Hindus and Muslims have been staying in the villages sharing their broken breads.
In Malas, hundreds of people stood in one voice that there was no government, no administration and no dispensaries. In Mahore, several people on the hunger strike demanding justice.
Professor Bhim Singh could only assure the suffering people that he shall move a petition in the Supreme Court seeking justice for the people suffering in these villages because of the non-governance.

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