Rahul Gandhi: Paper Leak Is A Conspiracy To Keep Youth Unemployed

The 42nd day of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra unfolded today. After a two-day break, the yatra resumed from Muradabad in Uttar Pradesh. The yatra commenced from Jama Masjid Chowraha in the morning, marching towards Sambhal. The massive crowd, their enthusiasm, and the presence of Priyanka Gandhi added a new fervor to the yatra. The involvement of Priyanka Gandhi energized the participants even more, creating a buzz among the people.

Muradabad, known as the ‘Brass City’ of the country, boasts an annual business turnover of 4,000 crores in its brass industry, contributing significantly to foreign trade. One of the five pillars of Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra is ‘Shramik Nyay,’ which is dedicated to securing Nyay for those employed in traditional industries. Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi held a roadshow, and Priyanka Gandhi addressed the gathering amidst the crowd.

Priyanka Gandhi reflected on her connection with the people of Muradabad during her interaction with them. In her opening remarks, she recalled her previous visit two years ago, emphasizing the significant meeting and roadshow. She questioned the changes that have occurred since then, addressing the real issues faced by the people – inflation, unemployment, and the ongoing problem of paper leaks affecting the hardworking children pursuing education for a better future.

Priyanka Gandhi also criticized the state government for the paper leaks, stating, ‘In the police recruitment exam, 28 lakh children appeared. Almost every village in UP had four or five youngsters taking the exam. They were not seeking freebies but wanted to pass through their hard work. However, what happened? The paper got leaked.’

She further pointed out the failure of the government’s assistance and the added challenges due to GST. Priyanka Gandhi questioned the lack of progress in addressing the real problems faced by the people despite the promises made during the previous elections.

Discussing the problem of paper leaks, Priyanka Gandhi accused the state government, saying, ‘In 2022, when I was here, I had mentioned that we had drafted a manifesto with a complete plan. It included a job calendar, the formation of a commission, and the rectification of any injustices. The exam and appointment dates were predetermined in the job calendar. Anyone failing to comply would face consequences.’

Following Priyanka Gandhi’s address, Rahul Gandhi addressed the gathering. The Nyay Yatra, led by Rahul Gandhi, has gained a significant image. As he grabbed the microphone, he immediately called an individual from the crowd, showcasing his unique approach of connecting with people throughout the Uttar Pradesh journey.

Rahul Gandhi criticized the Modi government’s tactics of distracting people’s attention, alleging that Adani cuts into the public’s pockets while Amit Shah wields his stick. He raised concerns about the representation of Dalits, OBCs, Adivasis, and minorities, highlighting the need for fair participation of the 90% population in the country.

Challenging both the state and central governments, Rahul Gandhi emphasized the importance of a caste-based census. He asserted that actual participation in the nation could only be understood by knowing the demographic distribution of wealth and resources.

The participation of youth in the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra has unsettled the central government. After the speeches, the yatra proceeded to Amroha. Rahul Gandhi paid respects to Sant Ravidas on the occasion of Sant Ravidas Jayanti. The yatra symbolically began with the tribute to Sant Ravidas at his statue. It concluded at Mahatma Gandhi’s statue, reflecting the rich historical legacy that inspires Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra.

The afternoon break took place at the Polytechnic College. The day brought positive news for Congress Party supporters. During lunch, media reports confirmed that the UP government had announced the cancellation of the Uttar Pradesh Police recruitment exam. This development was considered a victory for Rahul Gandhi, the Congress, their supporters, and the struggling youth. Paper leaks affected numerous students across the state, becoming a significant point raised by Rahul Gandhi during his yatra through UP.

On February 17-18, the UP Police conducted an exam for 60,000 seats. The massive unemployment crisis in the state became evident as 50 lakh students applied for these positions. The policies of the Modi government have led to the creation of an army of unemployed individuals across the country. The reluctance of the government to fill vacancies in government jobs has left the futures of lakhs of young individuals hanging in the balance.

The challenges faced by the unemployed have led to the rise of fraudulent practices, where question papers are sold, and fake promises of jobs are made. The government’s indifference has allowed such scams to flourish, exploiting the desperation of the unemployed.

After the lunch break, the yatra continued towards Bulandshahr, where a welcoming ceremony awaited at Chandousi Chowraha. Rahul Gandhi addressed the gathered crowd, once again launching a scathing attack on the nexus between the government and the media. He also addressed the paper leak issue in UP, asserting that it is a deliberate attempt to keep the youth unemployed.

Addressing the crowd in Chandousi Chowraha, Rahul Gandhi once again attacked the government and the media alliance. He also highlighted the issue of paper leaks, saying, ‘Paper leaks happen because these people do not want to give employment to the youth. They want to hand over the entire public sector to Adani and Ambani. They want you to study for ten years, and then when the exam time comes, they leak the paper. Muradabad used to have a business in Brass and used to do business in Kaleen here, but they want to shut down all these businesses. I want ‘Made in Muradabad,’ ‘Made in Sambhal,’ and ‘Made in UP’ to be written on the phones sold in India. Youth, understand one thing: you are being starved, you are being made unemployed.’

The day ended at Pindrawal Doraha in Bulandshahar, where the night rest arrangements had been made.

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