Implement NYAY, defend small & medium companies, cease privatisation: Rahul to govt

New Delhi, September 10

The Congress on Thursday demanded jobs and aid for the youth amid the alleged rise in unemployment with Rahul Gandhi urging the Modi authorities to switch cash immediately within the financial institution accounts of the poor, defend small and medium companies and cease privatisation.

Several senior Congress leaders urged the federal government to implement the Congress-proposed minimal earnings assure scheme NYAY and create job alternatives for the youth as a part of its ‘Speak Up for Jobs’ marketing campaign being run on Thursday from 10 am for 10 hours.

As a part of the marketing campaign, Gandhi additionally put out a video in help of the youth through which he additionally attacked the federal government over alleged job losses.

He additionally questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi for remaining “silent” on points such because the state of the financial system and China.

“Why are you silent. You should speak, you have not said anything since many days — you neither speak about the economy nor on China. Say something, the country is looking towards you,” Gandhi mentioned.

“Before the coronavirus pandemic, I had said that a storm is going to come, prepare for it, but the government made fun of me,” he mentioned.

Gandhi mentioned he additionally gave options similar to placing cash within the financial institution accounts of the poor immediately as really helpful by the NYAY scheme, defending and serving to the small and medium enterprises, and defending and stabilising strategic industries however the authorities didn’t act on it.

Instead lakhs of crores of mortgage waiver and tax break was given to PM Modi’s “15 to 20 friends”, he alleged with out elaborating.

The BJP has dismissed all such allegations made by Gandhi and the Congress up to now.

Alleging that the financial system had been “destroyed” and the way forward for the youth “spoilt”, he urged the Prime Minister to behave and supply aid.

He mentioned: “1. Make a direct money transfer in the bank accounts of poor people. 2. Save the backbone by protecting the small and medium businesses and give them money. 3. stop this privatization.”

Later in a tweet, Gandhi took a dig on the authorities, saying India is sort of a ship traversing the ocean with the captain staring into the rear-view mirror of historical past.

“It’s going nowhere really fast. It won’t be long before the ship runs aground,” he mentioned.

In an earlier tweet, Gandhi alleged that the insurance policies of the Centre have prompted lack of crores of jobs and appealed to individuals to make the Modi authorities “listen to their voice”.

“The policies of Modi Govt have caused the loss of crores of jobs and a historic fall in GDP,” Gandhi alleged within the tweet.

“It has crushed the future of India’s youth. Let’s make the Govt listen to their voice,” the previous Congress chief mentioned.

Congress basic secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra claimed that there was a “big threat” to jobs as a consequence of “increasing privatisation, cuts in government spending and the bad economic policies of the BJP government”.

“The government has also stopped recruitment in existing jobs. We have to speak for the future of this country. I am speaking, you also speak,” she tweeted as a part of the Congress’ ‘speak up for jobs’ marketing campaign.

Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala mentioned the promise was of offering two crore jobs yearly and claimed that as an alternative of offering 12 crore jobs in six years, 14 crore jobs have been “snatched away”.

The youth had now woken up and calls for a solution, he mentioned.

The Congress, on its official Twitter deal with, mentioned: “One devastating policy after another, BJP has snatched away the livelihoods of crores of Indians & pushed our youth into a bleak future”.

“Join our #SpeakUpForJobs campaign & raise your voices against BJP’s misadventures,” the occasion tweeted.

Videos of a number of occasion leaders have been posted on the Congress’ official Twitter deal with through which they attacked the federal government over the alleged rise in unemployment and demanded jobs for the youth. PTI

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