New Delhi: Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron, National Panthers Party, Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court & Postgraduate in Law from London University with distinction said that he has realized for the first time that the real revolution, justice and equity shall now reach every kisan and labourer in his house where they have been residing for centuries. He expressed bravo to the unity of kisans/farmers of Punjab & Haryana who have launched a second Mahabharata to seek justice, equity, equality and ensure the rule of law in the whole of the country.
Prof.Bhim Singh himself is born as a kisan in Jammu and Kashmir and has attended the primary school from his village on barefoot congratulated the farmers to take up the real movement in the spirit of Mahabharata to ensure that justice, equity, equality shall flow to every door in every village throughout the country. Justice and equity has remained denied to the farmers and the labourers though India has more than 85% of the population who come from the villages, farmers and working class and they have remained denied of justice, equity and even due education to their children only because the capitalists’ class and high placed bureaucrats can afford to send their children in motorcars to the private schools and educate them to join the ruling class in whole of the country. Prof.Bhim Singh said he and his classmates in the village used to walk 5 kms. to attend a primary school naked feet. He said that close is the situation of children of the farmers and workers even today.
Prof.Bhim Singh congratulated the voice of the famers who have raised the banner of Nyay-Adhikar, justice & equity which secular unity to fight for justice today. They have reached Delhi and the echelons of power have realized that all the farmers and the workers from Kashmir to Kanyakumari & Dwarka to Nagaland shall join hands for a similar peaceful march to reach Delhi to seek long denied justice, equity, so that all the people of India shall achieve a real socialist order with secular unity. This revolution of the farmers which started from Punjab and Haryana has been peaceful and the farmers from all corners of India shall organize their long marches towards the capital of India with peaceful means and methods, which is the only to achieve real socialist, secular and democratic goal with peaceful means. The farmers love to live with equity and dignity.