New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi who’s at present on a pan-India padayatra to “unite India” took potshots on the BJP over the Agnipath military programme. Talking to the general public, he stated that the Modi authorities has taken away the pension of military officers by limiting their tenure to 4 years. He additionally acknowledged that when youth had been protesting in opposition to the programme, BJP had stated that these caught protesting is not going to be eligible for a authorities job sooner or later.
As quoted by ANI, Rahul Gandhi stated, “Earlier the youth used to serve within the Military for 15 years & get a pension however Narendra Modi thought to maintain pension apart, prepare for six months, maintain the gun, keep for 4 years, then kick you out and you’ll be unemployed. That is new India.”
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“After this, when the youth took to the streets, Modi ji stated that in case your photograph is taken (throughout the protest), you’ll not get a authorities job. BJP’s coverage is to scare youth, farmers, and labourers,” he additional stated.
Earlier the youth used to serve within the Military for 15 years & get a pension however Narendra Modi thought to maintain pension apart, prepare for six months, maintain the gun, keep for 4 years, then kick you out and you’ll be unemployed. That is new India: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi (04.01) pic.twitter.com/0VD3LWASka
— ANI (@ANI) January 5, 2023
Talking once more on the difficulty of him sporting a T-shirt in Delhi’s numbing chilly, Rahul Gandhi stated, “I stroll in (Bharat Jodo) yatra sporting T-shirts. Many kids of poor farmers & labourers stroll with me within the yatra sporting torn garments. However media does not ask why kids of poor farmers & labourers are strolling with out a sweater/jacket throughout the winter season.”
The Bharat Jodo Yatra entered its UP leg on Tuesday afternoon from the Marghat Hanuman temple in Delhi the place Rahul was pictured providing his prayers. The yatra is predicted to cross UP in three days earlier than re-entering Haryana on January 6.
(With ANI inputs)