Rahul Gandhi slams Modi Govt over unemployment in India
Rahul Gandhi slams Modi Govt over unemployment in India

New Delhi: Former National President of Congress and MP from Wayanad Lok Sabha seat, Rahul Gandhi has once again raised the issue of unemployment in the country. Rahul has attacked the Modi government and said, "1 job, 1000 unemployed, what is the condition of the country". He has said this by sharing an article on rising unemployment on social media. According to this article, 7 lakh people have applied for jobs in a week on the government job portal.

A day ago, Rahul Gandhi requested the government to listen to the student's views about NEET and JEE and find a solution. He had said that today, millions of our students are saying something to the government. They should be listened to in relation to the NEET, JEE exam and the government should find a solution. The Indian Youth Congress (IYC) is running a nationwide movement of 'Give Employment' for unemployed youth amidst the economic crisis that prevailed due to the Corona epidemic. The aim of this movement is to raise the voice of unemployed youth.

IYC President Srinivas Biwi says that "More than 30 crore youngsters are unemployed in the country. Unemployment has increased to such an extent that some youngsters are committing suicide every day and the Central Government is completely ignoring the voice of the youth".

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