Several meetings of National Panthers Party (NPP) were held in Jammu and Kashmir, New Delhi and several other places, on Tuesday, to condemn the Amarnath attack in which seven Yatris were killed that included six women, while they were returning after their visit to the shrine.
Panthers Party also held a meeting in which several political and social activists had participated, who condemned the attack. Chief Patron of National Panthers Party, Prof. Bhim Singh urged the authorities to impose Governor’s Rule in the state.
He said that the Panthers Party held a meeting at Patna under the chairmanship of Tufan Singh, in Jaipur under the leadership of state general secretary, Anil Sharma, in Lucknow under the chairmanship of UP Panthers president, Khan Babur Jamshed, in Kolkata the meeting was held under the chairmanship of Mrs. Bannerjee, in Dehradun it was held by state president S.N. Chandola, in Chandigarh under general secretary, Ram Raj Singh and in Tamil Nadu by state chief Naresh Ambedkar
In Delhi, NPP state president, Rajiv Jolly Khosla, senior vice president, Romesh Khajuria and general secretary Muzaffar Hussain Beg and others attended it.
In Kashmir, the meeting was also held under the chairmanship of Farooq Ahmed Dar. Others, who participated, included state vice president, Masood Andrabi, state general secretary, Manjoor Naik and several districts presidents. A meeting was also held in Uri and Tangdhar that condemned the killings of Yatris.
A bandh was observed throughout Jammu from Poonch to Kishtwar and Banihal to Kathua demanding immediate dismissal of BJP-PDP government in the state.