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Surjewala slams BJP rule for cheating youths


Surjewala slams BJP rule for cheating youths
Chandigarh: The All India Congress Committee (AICC) Communications in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala on Sunday criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Haryana and at the Centre for allegedly cheating the youth with false poll promises. 

While addressing the ‘Yuva Aakrosh Rally’ at Panipat, Surjewala launched a scathing attack on BJP rule saying that the party-led governments both at Centre and in the state, have proved to be bane for the youth as they betrayed the youth with unfulfilled poll promises of employment, job opportunities and unemployment allowances.

He said, “The BJP government has killed the dreams of the youth and the youth will never pardon them for the same.”

The former Haryana minister Surjewala referred to ruling party's poll promises of Rs 6000 and Rs 9000 unemployment allowances to 12th pass and graduate students and called upon the people to seek account for the alleged treachery and fake poll promises. He also mentioned unfulfilled poll promises of smart phones and laptop computers to the students and ‘Earn while you Study’ announcements.

“Much like Nitin Gadkari’s recent statement that BJP was not expecting to form governments and we promised almost everything, the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and BJP promised many things but has failed to implement any of those. The time has come to seek account to punish the BJP for the same”, Surjewala added. 

Surjewala who also a MLA from Kaithal assembly constituency presently, further accused BJP government of selling government jobs in Haryana in exchange of cash.

He said, “The HSSC chairman Bharat Bhushan Bharti was caught on audio demanding Rs 80 Lakh but instead of removing him, the state government gave him an extension. Then there has been 19 paper leaks, but this government did nothing again,”.

Surjewala also alleged that the BJP government of the state gave employment to 10,029 people and fired 40,000 people in last four years. 


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