New Delhi: Supremo of J&K National Panthers Party & a distinguished human rights advocate, Prof.Bhim Singh has made a strong appeal to the electorates of Karnataka State to vote a political party contesting Assembly election to ensure that undesirable, unwanted and professional leaders learn a lesson and that polished language and balanced speeches do not convince the electorates and the people in general.
Prof.Bhim Singh with the team of National Panthers Party had planned to canvass in Karnataka during the Assembly election for a week but he could not make it due to his hospitalization in All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He regretted that he failed to appeal the electorates in Karnataka where he has had an opportunity to interact with the people of Karnataka several times during the governance of Shri D. Devaraj Urs, Shri Gundu Rao, Shri Ram Krishna Hegde and several others in connection of his (NPP) campaign for extension of Fundamental Rights to the State of J&K.
Prof.Bhim Singh in his appeal to the electorates of Karnataka urged them to expose and defeat all demagogues who have been using undesirable, unwanted and acceptable words during the election campaign no matter which party they belonged to. He regretted the languages which were used in their political campaign by Hon’ble Shri Narendra Modi ji and Hon’ble Congress President, Shri Rahul Gandhi during their campaign for their respective parties in different election rallies in Karnataka. The Hon’ble super bosses should have wasted some of their time in studying the past history and the languages were used by the past leaders during the election campaign. NPP Supremo expressed deep shock on the words and very personal criticism used by both of them against the other. The leaders should have learnt from the past leaders that the respective parties they represented conveyed their respective policy, programmes and objectives each one of them wanted to achieve. The speeches of the senior national leaders particularly in Karnataka have conveyed the message that hit the opposition leader by worse least caring whether those words behoved well. NPP Supremo called on the voters to make a sincere effort to dig out what these leaders have spoken against each other and who had failed to discharge his duty in accordance with the responsible post they hold.
Prof.Bhim Singh appealed the electorates of Karnataka to defeat and expose the Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi because he failed to use appropriate words and he must be taught a political lesson so that in future every Prime Minister shall understand what language and words he should use whenever he shall speak in his capacity as Prime Minister of India anywhere. Let the people of Karnataka vote anyone, any party or any candidate who appeals to the voters but Bharatiya Janata Party deserves a long vacation particularly in Karnataka. This is a lesson which electorates of Karnataka can teach to the out spoken Prime Minister of India today.