Haryana ‘Satyagraha’ in protest against Agripath scheme: Congress leader said that in the interest of youth, BJP government should immediately withdraw Agneepath scheme


The Congress on Monday held a satyagraha in front of the DC office in Sector-12 in support of the youth of the country.

On the call of the All India Congress Committee against the Agripath scheme implemented by the central government, the Congress on Monday held a satyagraha in front of the DC office located in Sector-12 in support of the youth of the country. During this, he also submitted a memorandum to the ADC in the name of the President

Congress leaders and workers protested peacefully from 10 am to 1 pm, opposing this plan of the BJP government and demanded immediate withdrawal of this Tughlaq decree. On this occasion, former MLA of Tigaon assembly constituency Lalit Nagar and former Congress candidate from Faridabad assembly constituency Lakhan Kumar Singla said that unemployment will increase further with the implementation of Agripath scheme. After four years, when the jawan is expelled from the army, where will he go? At the age of 21, from where will the youth get the job of an ex-serviceman?


He said that by introducing immature scheme like Agripath, the central government is playing with the security of the youth and the country. He said that it takes seven to eight years to become a good soldier. Whereas the government wants to retire him in four years. Four-year-old soldiers will learn how to use the most advanced weapons. He said that first the farmers fought and made the government kneel down and got the bill returned. Now this government wants to kill the jawans of the country, but the youth of the country will give a befitting reply to this scheme of the government and under any circumstances this scheme will not be allowed to be implemented. He called upon the youth of the state to join hands with the Congress in this movement in the fight for their existence and for their future so that the central government is forced to withdraw this anti-youth scheme like Agripath. On this occasion, Sanjay Kaushik, former councilor Anil Sharma, Balkishan Vashistha, former chairman, District Youth (Urban) President Nitin Singla, District Youth Congress Rural President Abhilash Nagar, Anil Chechi, Rachna Bhasin, Gulab Singh Gudda, Kamal Chandila, Gangaram Narvat, Vijay Kumar , Yogesh Tanwar, Tikaram Nagar, Lala Sharma, Khushboo Khan, HarilalMany Congress workers including Gupta, Mohan Chauhan, Tulsi Pradhan, Ravi Kumar, Rehman, Nishant, Narendra Saini, Lalit Sharma, Krishna Atri, Krishna Chauhan, Suraj Dheda, Babulal Ravi, Sundar Netaji, Rohtash Chaudhary were present