Varanasi. Prof.Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party addressing several meetings Varanasi and later to the media appealed to the voters in Uttar Pradesh participating in the last phase of Assembly poll on 8th March, 2017 to vote to their conscience with clear mission to strengthen India inside and outside.
Prof.Bhim Singh appealed the voters who shall be exercising their franchise on 8th March, 2017 in Uttar Pradesh and in Manipur to vote to their conscience with a clear mission that India gets moral and political support to enhance its image all over the world so that India may play its unique role for promoting world peace and human dignity.
Prof.Bhim Singh also addressed a press conference in Varanasi and appealed the conscience of the voters in Uttar Pradesh and Manipur who shall be exercising their right of franchise on 8th March, 2017, day after tomorrow.
Prof.Bhim Singh expressed dismay on the Prime Minister of India, Shri Modi’s road show which he performed on 5th & 6th March, 2017 in Varanasi forgetting his unique standing as Prime Minister. Prof.Bhim Singh reminded that Modi ji is the first Prime Minister in India to conduct a road show on the eve of Assembly election in the country since 1950 when India had become Republic.
Prof.Bhim Singh reminded the people, particularly the voters who shall exercise their right to franchise only two days after (on 8th March) in U.P. and Manipur to serve a strong notice to Modi ji by not voting for BJP so that a Prime Minister of the country in future shall not go so down keeping the glamour and prestige of India in the eyes of the world.
Prof.Bhim Singh also appealed the people to get ready for their own mission in future—Vote for those who shall integrate entire nation from Kashmir to Kanyakumari with one Flag and one Constitution with Fundamental Rights to all from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.
Several senior political activists, journalists and Panthers Party leaders addressed the meetings including Ms. Nasreen Hamid, Sr. Journalist and Editor, The Voice of Millions.