New Delhi, August 9
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Sunday alleged that the Modi authorities’s determination of demonetisation and its “faulty” implementation of GST and the lockdown had “destroyed” the financial construction of the nation.
His assault on the federal government got here because the Congress’ youth wing launched a “Rozgar Do” marketing campaign with the target to boost the voice of the youth in opposition to alleged unemployment prevailing within the nation.
“When Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister, he promised the youth of the country that he would give jobs to two crore youth every year. He sold a dream but the reality is that 14 crore people have become unemployed due to the policies of Narendra Modi,” Gandhi alleged.
“Why did this happen? Because of wrong policies. Demonetisation, faulty implementation of GST and then lockdown — these three steps have destroyed the economic structure of the country and the truth now is that India cannot give employment to its youth,” the previous Congress chief mentioned in a video message he tweeted.
देश के युवाओं के मन की बात:
रोज़गार दो, मोदी सरकार!
आप भी अपनी आवाज़ युवा कॉंग्रेस के #RozgarDo के साथ जोड़कर, सरकार को नींद से जगाइये।
ये देश के भविष्य का सवाल है। pic.twitter.com/zOt6ng2T0M
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) August 9, 2020
Therefore, the Indian Youth Congress had hit the streets, he mentioned, expressing happiness that the IYC would increase these points in all cities and streets.
“Please join the ‘Rozgar Do’ programme and along with Youth Congress, get jobs for the youth of this nation,” Gandhi mentioned.
He additionally congratulated the Youth Congress on the event of its basis day and urged them to maintain combating for the youth of the nation.
Expressing solidarity with the marketing campaign, Congress basic secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra mentioned “youth power” is India’s power.
“As opposed to the BJP government’s job-destroying policies, there is a need to create more and more employment opportunities for the youth of India,” she mentioned on Twitter.
“Rozgar Do is the demand of young India. Employment is the need of young India,” she mentioned.
Under the “Rozgar Do” marketing campaign, the voices of the unemployed youth shall be amplified all around the nation, the IYC mentioned.
“Anti-youth policies of the Central Government will be highlighted among the youth of the country through social media and other mediums,” it mentioned in an announcement.
युवा शक्ति भारत की ताकत है।
भाजपा सरकार की रोजगार नष्ट करने वाली नीतियों के ठीक विपरीत आज भारत के युवाओं के लिए रोजगार के ज्यादा से ज्यादा अवसर खड़े करने की आवश्यकता है।#RozgarDo युवा भारत की माँग है। रोजगार युवा भारत की जरूरत है।
— Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) August 9, 2020
Several Congress leaders posted movies on social media voicing issues over alleged rising unemployment within the nation.
Congress’ chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala mentioned the demand of each youth of this nation was “Rozgar Do” (give employment).
“We all demand, it is our right that the youth of the country should get employment on the basis of qualifications and get ahead in the progress of the country,” he mentioned.
रोज़गार के बगैर ना देश चल पाएगा,न देश का युवा
हम सब मांग करते है,
हमारा अधिकार है कि देश के युवाओं को गुण के आधार पर रोजगार-रोटी व देश की तरक्की में आगे बढ़ने का मौका दे
यही असली राष्ट्र सेवा है pic.twitter.com/sCzub2l7Qf
— Randeep Singh Surjewala (@rssurjewala) August 9, 2020
Several Congress leaders specifically Digvijaya Singh, Depender Hooda, Gaurav Gogoi, Rajeev Satav, Gaurav Vallabh and Ragini Nayak known as for employment alternatives for the youth on social media as a part of the marketing campaign. PTI