STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: State Youth Congress lambasted Modi-led Government at the Centre for its failure to provide corruption free government to the people of nation. Intensifying its campaign ‘Chalo Panchayat Chalo Ward’ in Ward No 48, Bahu Fort area of Jammu city, State Youth Congress under the leadership of its President Uday Chib, listened to the grievances of people living in the area. Attacking Prime Minister, Narendra Modi as well as the BJP Government at the Centre for their wrong doings, corruption and failures, Chib said that BJP Government is responsible for the hardships being faced by the youth. “It is the need of the hour that government must strengthen and implement the policies for the welfare of youth so that they would not face any inconvenience and would not indulged in the anti-social activities,” he said, adding that the previous BJP Government has been completely failed to continue it. “Why has the government imposed so many taxes on the common man? Why the prices of petrol and diesel not reduced? Where are the two crore jobs per year as promised? Chib asked and said that on top the youth of this country has lost one crore jobs and destroyed business due to demonetization. Chib emphasized that if Congress Party voted to power it will fill all the vacancies in the government as well as non-government sector, unemployment allowance to the needy youth, no charges on application forms for government jobs, easy loans for education and business and increase the seats and decrease the fees in the university and colleges. PYC President asserted that Congress is the only party which can give stable and corruption free government and will resolve the miseries of the people of the State. Latish President ward no 48 organised the program and also spoke on the occasion. Rajat, Naresh Sharma General Secretary Ward, Balram, Babli, Vimla, Romi, Durgadeep Singh and Bunty were also present.
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