Congress launched ‘employement campaign’ on PM’s birthday

The congress in Uttarakhand claimed the ruling BJP was ignoring the youth, when it comes to employment and launched the ‘Rozgar Do, Yuvaon ko nyay do’ (Give employment, justice to youth) campaign on the birth anniversary of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Devedra Yadav, in charge of the congress in the state said the during BJP’s rule, unemployment had risen significantly. At the congress state headquarters in Dehradun, Yadav said the BJP has not filled a single vacancy in the four and a half years they were in power, unlike their promise in 2017. Yadav accused the BJP of ‘joking’ in the name of self employement schemes as only a loan of Rs. 31,000 was given.

Congress president Ganesh Godiyal and Devedra Yadav has also announced a mobile number 7669040884, for unemployed youth to make a miss call and register themselves to the campaign.

The party is also set to launch its Parivartan yatra in Haridwar on Saturday. Harish Rawat, the assembly election campaign committee in charge and congress national general secretary will be fagging off the yatra. The party is expecting to return to power in the state.

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