Youth to stage massive rally in Jaipur against unemployment
Politicians from both BJP and Congress are expected to attend this event, to show solidarity with unemployed youths.
JAIPUR: Unemployed youth from across Rajasthan are set to host a protest rally on Wednesday in the Triveni Nagar area of Jaipur, to discuss pressing issues like unemployment, paper leaks, and employment opportunities in the state.
Politicians from both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress are expected to attend this event, to show solidarity with unemployed youths.
Key political figures like Education Minister BD Kalla, RTDC Chairman Dharmendra Rathod, Congress National Spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh, BJP State President CP Joshi, and Leader of Opposition in Assembly Rajendra Rathod will be in attendance.
Upen Yadav, the State President of the Rajasthan Unemployed Integrated Federation, stated that the conference will address both current and future recruitment examinations.
The attendees will call upon the central and state leaders to prioritise Rajasthan’s youth in state recruitment exams to ensure their rights are not violated. The meeting will also serve as a platform for devising strategies to address youth issues.
The list of demands that will be discussed includes:
- Categorisation of one lakh new recruitments by department, with the recruitment examination calendar issued before implementing the code of conduct.
- Completion of the appointment process for one lakh ongoing recruitments prior to the code of conduct.
- Execution of all future recruitment exams through written tests and abolishing the merit system.
- Prohibition of contract-based recruitment and removal of interviews from recruitment examinations.
- Preference to Rajasthan’s unemployed in state recruitments, and a stricter law against fake degrees and diplomas.
- Immediate fulfilment of budget announcement demands and movement agreements.
- Reversal of cases registered against unemployed youth and establishment of a youth unemployment board.
- Fixing of a minimum percentage in CET and addition of 4500 posts to REET Level-2.
- Accountability for those who set incorrect recruitment exam questions, with stern legal and financial penalties.
- Implementation of a law by the state and central government for life imprisonment in cases of recruitment exam paper leaks, and immediate enforcement of the Rajpasa or Rasuka law.