Lambasting the Central Government for keeping the J&K Assembly in suspended animation for over 4½ months by coercion following the collapse of BJP-PDP Government in the State, Panthers Party activists led by party chairman, Harsh Dev Singh and Yash Paul Kundal, State president Young Panthers and other leaders held a massive protest demonstration outside the Parliament in New Delhi on Friday.
The party activists were stopped by the Parliament Street Police, but Harsh Dev along with more than a dozen activists managed to break the police cordon and reached near the Parliament where they held protest demonstration.
While raising slogans against Modi Govt, the agitated protesters urged upon the Central Govt to immediately dissolve the State Assembly and pave way for the fresh elections to save the State from authoritarian and dictatorial rule being run through proxy Government.
Speaking to media persons, Harsh Dev Singh divulged that following the fall of BJP-PDP alliance the Governor Rule had been imposed in the State on June 19 and the State Assembly was kept under suspended animation.
He said that it had been more than 4½ months now that the Assembly was being kept under prolonged suspension which had never happened before in the history of the country.