Congress party vice president Rahul Gandhi, who is facing a drought of 22 years in the state of Gujarat, has asked the Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the unemployment in Gujarat on Monday (December 4th). Let us know that during the Gujarat election campaign, Rahul Gandhi is constantly questioning PM Modi on Twitter. Rahul Gandhi once again attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi when asked about the sixth issue of this list. Rahul Gandhi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the longest Chief Minister in Gujarat but the problem of unemployment remains for the youth here. Rahul Gandhi has also accused Gujarat of not implementing the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission.
Rahul has tried to keep the unemployment issue of state youth in his tweets. In which he raised the issue of employees on fix payroll and tender in the state. Along with this, Rahul Gandhi has also talked about the sale of contract workers to Rahul Gandhi.
Rahul Gandhi wrote in his new tweet on Monday morning “Account of 22 Years- Gujarat_Mange_Jawab, Prime Minister ji-6th Question: BJP’s double-haul, on one hand youth unemployed, on the other hand millions
Fix payroll and contract worker, despite the ₹ 18000 monthly in the 7th pay commission, fixes and contract payers ₹ 5500 and ₹ 10000 Why? ‘
Significantly, Rahul Gandhi has consistently attacked the BJP in power in Gujarat for 22 years. Rahul Gandhi has dismissed claims of development of BJP and PM Modi in Gujarat. Rahul Gandhi has said many times in his election campaign that Gujarat’s development is missing, development has gone crazy. At the same time, Rahul Gandhi has tried to put the leaders of several mass movements in front of BJP in Gujarat in his own right.
In this exercise, he has also succeeded in the form of OBC leader, Alpesh Thakor. But Patidar leader Hardik Patel has talked about supporting Congress on the basis of formula for reservation of seats. At the same time, the state’s Dalit leader Jignesh has been contesting the Assembly elections as an Independent. Congress has announced to support them..
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