- Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Friday wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 71st birthday in a brief tweet.
- The Indian Youth Congress has coordinated different projects the nation over to stamp the day as ‘Public Unemployment Day’.
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Friday wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 71st birthday in a brief tweet with the Indian Youth Congress denoting the day – September 17 – as ‘National Unemployment Day’. “Cheerful birthday, Modi Ji,” Gandhi posted on Twitter in a strikingly concise wish that numerous clients considered odd.
While a Twitter client called attention to PM Modi’s tweet on Rahul Gandhi’s birthday, some asked why the Congress chief was in any event, broadening the wish when the Indian Youth Congress noticed ‘Public Unemployment Day’.
The Indian Youth Congress has coordinated different projects the nation over to stamp the day as ‘Public Unemployment Day’. The Indian Youth Congress asserts that the joblessness rate in the nation has expanded from 2.4 per cent to 10.3 per cent in only one year.
“The young people of the nation is wandering jobless on the roads today,” said Srinivas BV, the public leader of the Indian Youth Congress. “The Modi government came to control by making large guarantees of giving 2 crore occupations each year, yet today the focal government is totally quiet on the issue of work.”
He said the public authority is “occupied in its marking by spreading its bogus promulgation.”
The Congress party claimed that the joblessness rate across India has gone up because the Modi government different organizations to help its ‘companions’. “The approach of the Modi government has made the adolescent confident by expanding joblessness,” the party posted on Twitter.
The Congress likewise posted a video cut claiming that the spread of ‘counterfeit news’ expanded during the Covid illness (Covid-19) pandemic period because the Modi government expected it to.
“At the point when you don’t have anything to show for your achievements, you need to make something up,” the Congress composed on Modi’s birthday.