UP election: Congress releases its ‘youth manifesto’

Ground Report | New Delhi: Congress UP youth manifesto; Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi released the manifesto dedicated to the youth of Uttar Pradesh at the party headquarters in Delhi on Friday.

Congress has released a manifesto titled Youth Recruitment Vidhan for the youth of UP, in which a blueprint has been presented for the bright future of the youth of the state.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that ‘Congress party is releasing youth manifesto here today. The thinking is that there are no hollow words for the future of the youth of UP, how will we get you employment. This is what we have written in this manifesto.

“To prepare this manifesto, the party has talked to the youth of UP and put their aspirations in it. The Prime Minister had said that we will give two crore jobs annually to the youth of the country, but you know what is happening.

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi has said, “There are five sections in this recruitment legislation, in which the different problems of the youth have been focused. 1.5 lakh vacant posts in primary schools will be filled. Vacant posts will be filled in departments like secondary, higher education, police etc.

“All the vacant posts in Sanskrit teacher, Urdu teacher, Anganwadi, Asha etc. will be filled. To restore the faith lost in the recruitment process, the fees for all examination forms will be waived and bus, train travel will be free.

“An examination calendar will be issued, in which the dates of recruitment advertisement, examination, an appointment will be recorded and strict action will be taken in case of violation. There will be social justice supervisors for every recruitment to stop the scam of reservation.

Congress UP youth manifesto

All political parties come and promise jobs – 25 lakh jobs, 30 lakh jobs – but no one elaborates on how they will do it. Congress has done this in this youth manifesto

Today youth in UP are facing a lot of trouble in getting jobs. They are qualified and unemployed. Our aim is to help them get the jobs they want and need.

Not only this, but we are also paying attention to what problems the youth are facing in the matter of examination. We want to find solutions to these problems

The enthusiasm of the youth is broken. We want to assure the youth that how will we restore their confidence, how will we help them in providing employment.

There are five sections of our Recruitment Act, which focus on various problems faced by the youth.

One and a half lakh vacant posts in primary schools will be filled. Vacant posts will be filled in departments like Secondary, Higher Education, Police etc.

All the vacant posts of Sanskrit, Urdu teachers, Anganwadi, Asha etc. will be filled.

To restore the faith lost in the recruitment process, the fees of all the examination forms will be waived and bus, train travel will be free.

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