Today BJP MP Varun Gandhi criticized the BJP governments in Uttar Pradesh and at the center over the issue of rising unemployment. Varun Gandhi resented the lack of opportunities for young people in government jobs and wondered how long they should remain patient.
First, there are no government jobs. However, if some chance arises, the paper will be leaked, and if the test is done, there is no result for years, or it is canceled due to some fraud. Over 1.25 crores of young people have been waiting for the result of a railway group D job for two years. The same is the case with conscription into the army. How long should the youth of India be patient? He tweeted.
Notably, Varun Gandhi’s remarks came days after the Uttar Pradesh government canceled the UPTET Teachers’ Eligibility Test or UPTET 2021 Test after the paper was leaked. On the other hand, many young people were waiting for the results of their railway exams while the railways did not announce new recruitments.
First, there is no government job, but if the opportunity arises to leak the paper, and if you submit the exam, there is no result for years, then it is canceled in some fraud. 1.25 crore young man from railway group D have been waiting for results for two years. The same is true of conscription into the army. Until when should the youth of India be patient?
– Varun Gandhi (@varungandhi80) December 2, 2021
On November 30, a BJP MP wrote a column in the Indian Express on the issue of high unemployment. “With 20 million Indians entering the labor market annually, there are few jobs being created. All this, at a time when the informal sector, which was a natural support, was under pressure to formalize it,” Varun Gandhi wrote in the article. official, driven by the abolition of trading, the GST, and the closure.”
MP Pilibhit Lok Sabha criticized the government’s handling of economic and employment issues without directly targeting the central administration. He was also outspoken in his support of farmers’ agitation against the three agriculture laws that Parliament had recently repealed.