Congress will protest against Agneepath on 27th: Dotasara said – Rahul’s message – will raise the voice of youth in all 200 assemblies

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The Congress party will hold a sit-in protest with the youth in all 200 assembly constituencies of Rajasthan on June 27 in protest against the Agneepath scheme of the Central Government. State Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara said that this decision has been taken by the Congress party. Rahul Gandhi’s message is that on June 27, in Rajasthan, all Congress MLAs, party office-bearers, Congress leaders along with the youth will become their strength and peacefully protest for justice. We will try our best if the youth demands till the Prime Minister and Home Minister.

Congress party is standing shoulder to shoulder with the youth

Dotasara said that the Congress party is standing shoulder to shoulder with the youth. Whenever the Modi government at the Center has done the work of imposing its wrong policy on the farmers or other sections. The Congress party under the leadership of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi has stood by him then. The Congress party was with the farmers even when the Land Acquisition Act was tampered with or three black agricultural laws were introduced. Even today, the Congress party is with the youth demanding permanent jobs.

Preparation for industrialists to get skilled unemployed youth

PCC Chief said- The youth who gave huge majority by helping to form the NDA government twice, those youths are being deceived today. Their demands are being ignored. Democracy and the army are being weakened. The Central Government is preparing how to get skilled youth unemployed for some industrialists. Till date our army has never been recruited on contract. This is the first time that a 21 year old youth will become unemployed after 4 years of recruitment. That is why the Congress party is standing with the youth against Agneepath.

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