Congress opposes Agneepath plan through Satyagraha movement – Kanker News: Congress opposes Agneepath plan through Satyagraha movement

Publish Date: | Tue, 28 Jun 2022 02:00 AM (IST)

Kanker (Naiduniya News). In the old bus stand, the office-bearers of the Congress party organized a satyagraha movement at the old bus stand in protest against the Agneepath scheme announced by the central government. The program was first started by garlanding and lighting the lamp in front of the photograph of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi. During this, the office-bearers of NSUI, protesting against the Agneepath scheme, walked on the main road of the city and raised slogans and registered their protest against this scheme brought by the central government. MLA Shishupal Shorey said that through this Satyagraha movement, we oppose the Agneepath scheme being imposed by the Central Government on the youth. But despite being in power for eight years, today crores of youth are roaming unemployed.

Instead of ensuring employment to such youth, the government is playing with their future by planning to give them jobs in military service for just four years. Congress leaders including former ministers Shiv Netam, Shankar Dhurva, Subhadra Salam, Vijay Thakur, Ashish Dutta Rai, Purushottam Patil, Sunil Goswami, Kamala Gupta, Mandvi Dixit, Neera Sahu, Chaman Sahu, Mahant Nareti, Congress leaders said that the country’s army In this type of experiment by the central government can prove to be fatal for the security system of the country. The unemployed youth of the state are worried about their future and are being forced to agitate against this scheme. In this regard, Congress workers distributed leaflets giving factual information to the general public. Naresh Thakur, Nitin Potai, Saroj Singh Thakur, Jitendra Singh Thakur, Laxmanpuri Goswami, Ghaffar Memon, Maqbool Khan, Satish Deepak, Anand Chaurasia etc. were present in the program.

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