Governor Rule in J&K is the only way out to save the state from disaster   

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By Fast Kashmir on 26/08/2017.

Governor Rule in J&K is the only way out to save the state from disaster   

Jammu, Aug 26:  Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Executive Chairman of State Legal Aid Committee has urged the President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind to intervene into the situation that has arisen in J&K following total collapse of the State Govt. and its machinery. The President of India is vested with absolute power under Section 92 of J&K Constitution to intervene in such situations in the best interest of the unity and integrity of the Union of India. Prof.Bhim Singh urged the President of India to dismiss the Govt. of J&K and take over the State administration without any delay so that the people of J&K could be rescued and their lives could be saved. The President of India at the same time may also invoke Section 53 of J&K Constitution to dismantle the State Assembly forthwith and promulgate Governor Rule without any delay.

In the meantime Prof.Bhim Singh has appealed to all angry leadership in the State of J&K including the Hurriyat Conference leadership and the youth to cooperate with the Governor Rule ensuring the safety and protection of all human beings in the State of J&K by upholding the secular bonds to which people of J&K have remained committed for centuries.

Prof.Bhim Singh called on the gun-holding youth to withdraw their guns and surrender with them (guns) before the authorities assuring that they shall be treated within the meaning of rule of law.

Prof.Bhim Singh urged the Prime Minister to call the meeting of the representatives of all the State parties in J&K in particular and work out a joint programme to ensure delivery of justice to every person. He also urged the President of India to withdraw Article 35(A) which has threatened the very Fundamental Right of equity, equality and rule of law as was assured to the people of J&K in Chapter-III of the Constitution of India.