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DYFI, TYF launches movement demanding solving of unemployment


By TC News Desk

Agartala: July 15. The DYFI and TYF today has said that they has started a massive movement from 14th July and will continue till 17th July demanding 7 charters point of demands including solving the unemployment of the youths across the state.

The youth wings of the left front also lashed out the Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath for ‘confusing’ unemployed people by providing fabricated data.Addressing a press conference, Nabarun Deb, DYFI state secretary said the BJP government and its ministers have called a war against unemployed youths. “Before coming in to power they have given many colourful promises but after poll they declared war against the unemployed youths. Education minister Ratan Lal Nath is working only to confuse the people and the unemployed youths”, he alleged.

He said two days back Minister Nath had given a data that 13, 994 job including SPO , outsourcing, die-in harness and etc were provided. He said among these 13, 994 jobs around 8, 293 jobs didn’t come under any purview of government job. Meanwhile, DYFI state President Palas Bhowmik said, “We have decided to hold a 4-day long massive movement on 7 charters point of demand. It has started from 14 July and will continue till 17th July across the state. Our main demand is to solve the unemployment problem, to recruited the TET pass aspirant in a same time, permanent solution of 10, 323 and to provide MNREGA and TUEP work”.

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