Panthers observed anti-violence day

 

 

Jammu, October 31 (Scoop News)-National Panthers Party observed 27th Assassination Anniversary of Mrs. Indira Gandhi as anti-violence day. NPP observed this day in the memory of one of the greatest leaders of the world who had refused to surrender to the Anglo-American interest during her tenure as a Prime Minister of India. It was Mrs. Indira Gandhi who faced expulsion from the Congress and jails from the Janata rule yet no power on earth could shake her belief in democracy and rule of law. This was stated by NPP Chairman, Prof. Bhim Singh today while addressing the Panthers Party activists in New Delhi.

 

He called on the youth of the world to observe this day as anti-violence day when the leader of the largest democracy of the world was assassinated in her official residence by a criminal conspiracy of the West. She died the way Patris Lumamba was killed, the way Kennedy and Martin Luther King were assassinated. She died the way Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated. The Panthers Party Chief alarmed the freedom and democracy loving people in the world to work out for the enforcement of a change towards peace and freedom where violence shall have no place in the society.

 

The Panthers Party Chief demanded that the Govt. of India should observe this day as Anti-Violence Day all over the country so that a real message of human dignity, peace, non-violence and freedom can reach every home in the world. Murders, deaths or assassinations are no solution to any problem at home or abroad. There is a need of peace commandos today and not war commandos.

 

Mrs. Indira Gandhi was a great leader and her assassination should be made syllabus for peace in every home, school and the university.