Nirudyoga Samarabheri in Hyderabad on Nov 26
BJP youth wing BJYM is organising ‘Nirudyoga Samarabheri’ in Hyderabad on November 26, demanding the government to deliver its promise of filling up one lakh job vacancies.
Hanamkonda: BJP youth wing BJYM is organising ‘Nirudyoga Samarabheri’ in Hyderabad on November 26, demanding the government to deliver its promise of filling up one lakh job vacancies.
A preparatory meeting to discuss youth mobilisation was held in Hanamkonda on Monday. The BJP Warangal urban district president Rao Padma, who addressed the gathering, appealed to the youth in the district to turn up in large numbers for the meeting.
The job notifications issued by the State government were often facing legal wrangles with courts cancelling the notifications. This reveals the lack of government’s sincerity towards the unemployed in the State.
The Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao, who promised to offer one job to each household in the State, has failed to deliver it. Later he promised to fill up one lakh job vacancies in various government departments but there is no progress in that direction, she alleged.
In order to put pressure on the government to fill all vacant posts, the BJYM is organising the meeting. Hence all unemployed should attend it and make it a grand success. The BJYM national president Punam Mahajan will be attending the meeting, Padma said.
BJYM district president G Srinivas, BJP state executive member R Amarender Reddy, district general secretaries G Siva Kumar, K Santhosh Reddy and S Jagadishwar, BJYM state official spokesperson J Ranjith and others are present.
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