Bhim Singh Calls On Chandrababu Naidu;seeks Political Cooperation

JAMMU, Feb 01: NPP Supremo calls on Chandrababu Naidu pleads for holding a get-together of all regional parties in national interest              

Prof.Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party called on his old friend, Shri Chandrababu Naidu, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and urged to revive the regional parties initiative for the mutual development, political cooperation and strengthening National Integration as had been practice for decades during the regime of NTR (Andhra Pradesh), Surjit Singh Barnala (Punjab), Karunanidhi (Tamilnadu), Sheikh Mohd. Abdullah (J&K) AGP (Assam) etc. Prof.Bhim Singh said that in spite of regional and ideological differences the regional leadership had been working jointly in the national interest and for the development.          

Prof.Bhim Singh was accompanied by Delhi Pradesh Panthers Party President, Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Voice of Millions Editor, Ms. Nasreen Hamid and other social activists.             

Prof.Bhim Singh this morning inaugurated one-day shobha yatra also taken up in Nunha (Andhra Pradesh) which was shown the green flag led by Acharya Amit. Addressing the social activists and representatives NGOs from different states including Punjab and Haryana, Prof.Bhim Singh congratulated the social activists for their highly appreciable role in their continuous struggle to unite the society and empower the people to fight social evils and corruption in the society so that common people could live in peace, dignity, honour and with social justice without any discrimination.   

 

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