If they were your children, Varun Gandhi furious with baton-charge on youth in Lucknow

Lucknow: The issue of recruitment of 69,000 assistant teachers in Uttar Pradesh is gaining momentum. In fact, the candidates here are seen protesting continuously alleging irregularities. Police have now resorted to baton charges on candidates who were taking out candle marches to protest in Lucknow today. There has been a stir in the political corridors after the matter came to light. The Samajwadi Party recently posted a video of the baton charge on Twitter. At the same time, MP Varun Gandhi today tweeted his grief in a video tweet.

 

 

He tweeted, "These children are also the son of Mother Bharati, far from being listened to, no one is willing to listen. On this also, these barbaric batons charge on them. Put your hand on your heart and think if these were your children, would they have been treated like this? On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, 'The government gave sticks to those seeking employment #UP - remember when the BJP came to ask for votes!'

 

At the same time, former UP CM and Samajwadi Party National President Akhilesh Yadav tweeted a video saying, "Under BJP rule, the path is being paved for becoming a 'world guru' by baton charge on future teachers. We are with 69,000 teacher recruitment demands. Youth say BJP does not want today. Posting the video, he wrote- 'The CM, who killed the backward and downtrodden reservations in 69000 teacher recruitment, is now lashing out with sticks. Barbaric baton charge by the police on 69000 teacher recruitment candidates who are taking out candle march peacefully in Lucknow Sad and shameful! , Youth unemployed will be revolutionized, there will be a change in twenty.'

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