Opposition parties are raising their voice on the rising unemployment amid the Corona crisis in the country. In this sequence, the Samajwadi Party and the Congress have joined the tune. Against unemployment, the SP and the Congress have appealed to turn off the lights for 9 minutes at 9 pm on 9 September.
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav tweeted in this regard. In his tweet, Akhilesh wrote that when the fists are tied, the youngsters get sleepy, the slaying of ‘oppression’.
He said that in this darkness of unemployment and unemployment of youths and their families, let us light the torch of revolution by extinguishing the lights for 9 minutes tonight, add voice to their voice! At the same time, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi also tweeted with a hashtag at 9 o’clock at 9 minutes.
Priyanka wrote in her tweet that the youth of this country wants to make their voice heard. He said that the youth is raising its voice regarding its stalled recruitments, exam dates, appointments and new jobs. Today, all of us need to support the youth in their fight for employment.
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On behalf of the Congress, Rahul Gandhi is also taking an aggressive stand against the central government as well as PM Modi. On the issue of unemployment, Rahul Gandhi says that today the country is facing many disasters like the Modi government-created, one of which is unnecessary privatization.
The former Congress president said that the youth want jobs but the Modi government is destroying employment and accumulated capital by privatizing PSUs.
Rahul questioned who is going to benefit from this. After this, he said that this will only develop a few ‘friends’ who are special to Modi Ji.
Earlier on September 6, Akhilesh Yadav surrounded the central government on the issue of youth. Akhilesh had said in a tweet that the tent of false claims of BJP has been uprooted by the storm of youth anger.
Today, the BJP is hiding their mouths to avoid youthful resentment. He had said that the SP demanded that the government issue a ‘youth charter’ for the time-bound solution of the problems of youth, students, candidates, and candidates.