Delhi Pradesh National Panther Party demands dismissal of Omar Abdullah
28 March 2013, New Delhi: A massive protest was held at Jantar Mantar this afternoon by the Panthers Party activists seeking immediate dismissal of Omar Abdullah as Chief Minister for having challenged the Accession of the State with the Union of India and expressed full support to the Pak-terrorists entering India via Nepal thus endangering the security of the State and secular nature of the country.
Prof Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP who led the protest called on the political parties, civil society and the media in the country to wake up to the danger that has been posed by the National Conference and its Chief Minister in J&K. He held Omar Abdullah guilty for conspiring against the Union of India and the Constitution. The Panthers Party Supremo said that Omar Abdullah should have been dismissed without a minute’s delay when he attacked the Union of India on the floor of the Assembly on 11th March, 2013 and challenged the legality of the Accession.
The Panthers activists urged the Members of Parliament to take up the issue irrespective of their party affiliations so that J&K is saved from further death and destruction which is likely to be caused if Omar Abdullah is allowed to act illegally as the Chief Minister of J&K. Panthers accused the State Congress for playing a treacherous game against the nation only for the sake of their petty jobs in the government and small dose.