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Ankit Love requests PM Modi to launch inquiry into Prof. Bhim Singh’s death

Jammu: Ankit Love 39, Chief Patron of Jammu and Kashmir National Panther Party, has asked prime minister Narendra Modi, to launch a public inquiry into the death of his father Panthers party president Prof. Bhim Singh. Prof. Bhim Singh founded and lead Panther party from 1982 to 2022, he was longest serving political party leader in this history of the Republic of India.

Yesterday, Prof. Bhim Singh’s widow Jay Mala appeared to television alleging foul play in the death of Prof. Bhim Singh. Especially as a post-mortem was not offered, while Prof. Bhim Singh’s medical tests had shown him to be healthy prior to his sudden demise. Jay Mala also highlighted other irregularities.

Love said his mother had feared for her on own safety recently. Jay Mala was often deeply concerned and told Love that there was a certain plot to assassinate her too, and that she may not survive for much longer. She had been thus, fearful to speak publicly prior to Love becoming Cheif Patron of Panthers Party, and Harsh Dev Singh also returning to Panthers party last week, which has served to strengthen her position.

Jay Mala’s husband had survived a few assassination attempts previously, including two attempted shootings, and also being poisoned in prison. She once had to locate Prof. Bhim Singh when he disappeared with no trace, and was discovered to be unlawfully abducted by police, while an elected assembly member in 1986. When she finally located her husband, he was found to be badly beaten with broken bones.

Love kindly requested prime minister Modi, to conduct the inquiry that his mother had so passionately requested. If there was no foul play in the death of Prof. Bhim Singh, then there would be no issue in conducting an inquiry now and allowing all to rest at ease.

After all such an illustrious leader who had been the longest continuous opposition leader in the world, survived through many wars across the world, deserved such dignity in respect of democracy. As did his widow, who had suffered for decades in the line of fire along side her husband.


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