Youth Congress celebrates Prime Minister’s birthday as “unemployment day” in Chandigarh: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Chandigarh, September 17th

Local Youth Congress activists today celebrated Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday as a day of unemployment. Activists staged a protest reflecting the anger and resentment of the youth towards the BJP government led by Modi.

Selling pakoras dressed in his graduation gowns, Manoj Lubana, president of the Chandigarh Youth Congress, said it was a symbolic protest highlighting the plight of students who spend thousands of rupees to have access to a good education. Although they are qualified, they have no job opportunities and in desperation they have to resort to selling “pakoras” and “samosas”. Modi had betrayed the confidence of young people by not offering any job opportunities and India had reached an unprecedented level of unemployment.

“The national unemployment rate has steadily fallen to record levels and there are currently 15 lakh fewer job openings in August 2021 compared to July 2021. The national unemployment rate has also jumped to 8, 2% against 6.9% last month. The record rise in unemployment and the empty job promises of the ‘Bharatiya Jumla Party’ are now fully exposed, ”he said.

Vaccination, blood donation camps mark the occasion

Chandigarh: As part of the service and dedication campaign organized by the BJP on the occasion of the 71st birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 71 social protection activities were carried out by the BJP of Chandigarh here today.

Spokeswoman Kailash Chand Jain said that among various activities, a blood donation camp was organized by Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar District of BJP in collaboration with a team from the PGI Blood Bank at the community center in Sector 37. The vice -National and regional president of BJP charges Saudan Singh, who was present, congratulated the blood donors and appreciated the whole team. State President Arun Sood, Former MP Satya Pal Jain, Secretary General of Dinesh Kumar Organization, Vice President Asha Jaswal, Sunita Bhatt, Secretary General Chandrashekhar, Mayor Ravi Kant Sharma, among others , were present on occasion.

Among other activities, a cake-cutting ceremony by the Mahila Morcha, a distribution of immunity reminders in sector 22, a cleaning campaign in the colony of Dadu Majra, a planting campaign in sector 51, a camp of vaccination in Sector 22, the distribution of wheelchairs in Sector 50 dispensary were part of the Prime Minister’s birthday celebrations.

Kailash Chand said these activities will continue for 20 consecutive days.