Jammu, January 28: Former minister Thakur Randhir Singh a veteran leader and National President Aromatic Plants Growers Association of India (APGAI) congrats Muzaffar Hussain Beg being awarded Padma Bhushan India’s third-highest civilian award. Thakur Randhir Singh said Muzaffar Hussain Beg been awarded for his contribution to "public affairs" and is amongst the 16 people who have been honoured with the Padma Bhushan.
Baig, a former Lok Sabha member, hails from north Kashmir and is also well known legal Luminary. A political veteran in the erstwhile state and a deputy chief minister in the last BJP-PDP alliance, the 73-year-old started out as a legal expert and rose to become the advocate general of Jammu and Kashmir. Singh welcomes the statement of Beig who said that Raishumari will never be held in Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh is a part of India. Singh also condemned the statement of Mehbooba Mufti that India will not find a person to host Indian National Flag which was a fake statement India celebrated 71 Republic day throughout Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh particularly in Bakshi stadium, Kashmir where National flag was Hoisted by Farooq Khan Advisor to Lt Governor G.C. Murmu.
Thakur Randhir Singh who was elected from Kathua in 1962 alongwith late Mufti Mohd Sayyed who joined the assembly without the contest with Bijhbehara Anantnag and Thakur Randhir resigned as cabinet minister in 1975 under Indira-Shiekh accord, served under Late Prime minister G.M. Bakshi, Late chief ministers G.M. Sadiq and Syed Mir Qasim is a well-known for handling the most portfolios like Transport, Excise and Taxation, Tourisn, Ladakh Affairs, Relief and Rehabilitaion and afterwards, he never became minister to date and don’t have his own house and donated most of his land in Ghati Tehsil and District Kathua to Harijans and comes from royal Pal dynasty of Bhaddu which ruled the state for 22 generations and family is proud of giving to the nation General Tehal Singh great grandfather of Randhir Singh who fought against Britishers under Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Lahore subsequently the Britishers took away all the lands of General and allotted to Phinu Kotwal and made his successor as Rai Bahadur of village Trehari and General family left Mattikot near Shahpur Kandi and another brilliant general Hoshgiar Singh who conquered Gigit and unfortunately India lost to Pakistan in 1947 and now negotiating with China.
Thakur Randhir Singh demanded from the Prime minister Narendra Modi to take all that areas back our defence forces are very brave who are losing soldier every day since 1947 and guarding the most difficult post-Siachen in Ladakh.