BJP’s Anti Youth Policies Gave Filip To Unprecedented Unemployment: Sadhotra

SRINAGAR: Senior National Conference Leader and Former Minister Ajay Kumar Sadhotra said that the anti-youth policies of BJP government at the centre and in Jammu and Kashmir have given filip to unprecedented unemployment which has added further frustration and alienation among youth.

Senior National Conference Leader and Former Minister Ajay Kumar Sadhotra addressing Youth meeting at Jaswan in Marh.

“It is high time to check rising unemployment and provide mass employment avenues to the youth,” said Ajay Kumar Sadhotra according to statement while addressing a meeting of Youth National Conference at Jaswan in Marh.

Sadhotra further alleged that BJP is in habit of giving hollow slogans and slogan of giving two crore employment every year to youth in the country since 2014 has created an atmosphere of frustration and alienation.

“Our youth are the future of our country if BJP for the sake of votes is making false promises with youth. BJP should keep in mind that by making such false promises BJP is making future of the country dark which is not in the national interest,” said Sadhotra in a statement.

He further said that Covid-19 has further increased the problem of unemployment many folds but BJP government has utterly failed to rise to the expectations of the youth and it has turned deaf ear to the burning and just problem.

“Youth is feeling disgusted, deprived and deceived, sense of neglect has housed the hearts & minds of youth which is sad and unfortunate,” Sadhotra in a statement.

National Conference Senior Leader asked the BJP government to rise to the occasion on priority and demanded to transfer cash of Rs. 10000/- per month to every unemployed youth so that he could face the situation created by Covid-19 and rising unemployment.

“It will certainly give a sense of belonging and security among youth which is a dire need of the hour otherwise after Kisans long protest BJP Govt should be ready to face youth protests in the country. We cannot afford unrest in the country as our economy has already dipped, the unprecedented lowest level,” Sadhotra asserted.

He also demanded immediate restoration of 4G in Jammu and Kashmir.

“It is regrettable and unfortunate that Lt Governor Manoj Sinha announced twice to restore 4G but the only day after his second announcement Jammu and Kashmir government, issued order to again ban in J&K except in two districts,” said Sadhotra, adding that “in this age of much-advanced telecommunication system/social media by banning 4G, it is just to create a sense of deprivation among the youth of J&K as they fail to complete their counterparts and youth in rest of the country. It is an ever biggest discrimination.”

“Others who spoke and participated are Balbir Singh Langeh, Rakesh Sharma, Vinay Gupta, Rinku, Bali Ram Panch, Ram Dayal Panch, Amar Singh,  Sawarn Singh Manhas,  Devi Ditta,  Bela Ram Kaith,” said the statement.

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