Addressing a Panthers activists rally in Jantar Mantar, New Delhi this afternoon, Prof.Bhim Singh, its Chief Patron made a strong appeal to all progressive, secular, nationalist and democratic political groups and parties to hold joint conclaves in all political sectors of India to work out a joint strategy to unite India against the communal, anti-national and reactionary forces which have been exploiting the innocent and illiterate masses in the country to suit personal interest of the sectarian and communal forces which have been misleading the innocent and uninformed masses to grab power and loot the nation. Looking at the voting pattern in the Assembly election the five states which have almost been concluded this afternoon, Singh expressed shock that the BJP has started blowing trumpets by winning majority of seats in the 126 Member Assembly state. Singh said that BJP could not open an account in Tamilnadu in spite spending over Rs.100 crores in the Assembly elections and could get only one seat Kerala where the BJP had used all foul and corrupt means in the election. The Prime Minister Election tour on official helicopter and planes must have cost the national exchequer beyond Rs.50 crores. The people of this country have voted against communal and sectarian political party rejecting the Hindutva philosophy of BJP. This is established by the people that BJP got zero (0) in Tamilnadu & Pondicherry, one in Kerala and three in West Bengal. Addressing the strong group of students and youth in Jantar Mantar this afternoon, Singh proposed that three day national conclave shall be held in New Delhi in the middle of August, 2016 where the leadership of the youth and students from all progressive/secular/nationalist groups and societies shall be invited to participate. This shall be a great effort to organize a national movement in the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Dwarka to Manipur to ensure that there shall be one Constitution and one Flag in the whole of the country. The outdated provision in the Constitution of India and in the civil and criminal laws shall also be amended so that the concept of equity and equality, peace and non-violence and mutual co-existence and disarmament shall be the new manifesto to unite India towards progress and peace.