Just before the Lok Sabha elections, the issue of employment is creating problems for the Central government of Narendra Modi. Earlier, the Opposition hoisted the government on the employment figures and today the youths from all over the country will demonstrate against the government on the streets of Delhi. On Thursday, students of various universities of the country will come for the 'Young India Adhikar March' in Delhi. This march will start from the Red Fort and go to the Parliament Street.
Students from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Punjab University, FTII, Aligarh Muslim University and Allahabad University might join this March. All these Universities have been raising the issue of employment, good education across the country since last one month.
The main objective of this March is to introduce affordable education, honorable employment, freedom from discrimination and freedom of thought. Let us tell you that before also, these organizations have demonstrated against the government on SSC, railway recruitment, paper leak and unemployment issue.
Many major leaders of the opposition can join this March. Among them are leaders of Gujarat's Patidar leader Hardik Patel, Swaraj India's Yogendra Yadav. It is noteworthy that even before this, in the last few days, farmers had taken out marches in many parts of the country against the central government, who had also made a lot of headlines.
Hardik Patel, the Patidar leader pledged to support the march. He tweeted, “I am going to Young India Adhikar March. 24 lakhs govt Posts lying vacant. Crores of youth on streets unemployed. From SSC to Railway From Bank to UPSC Their voices unite on 7th Feb, Young India Adhikar March Let's support and be part of the student-youth unity! #7FebDilliChalo.”