MP Varun Gandhi said, one crore government posts in the country are vacant, unemployed, farmers are forced to protest

Bareilly : BJP MP from Pilibhit Lok Sabha seat, Varun Gandhi on Tuesday targeted the Central Government. He said, one crore government job posts are vacant in the country. But now the biggest question is, why are these vacant? All the jobs have become contractual. There are contract jobs so that you can hire them whenever you want and fire them whenever you want. There is neither insurance nor any other facility in the contract. By not giving jobs, the government is saving one lakh crore rupees. Due to this, flour, pulses etc. Gram is being given. This money is spent in elections. On the farmers’ movement, the MP said that he is the only MP who raised his voice in the Parliament. 500 farmers were martyred in Delhi in the farmers’ movement. They have no value. The MP said, Rs 10 lakh crore loan has been given in the country. Out of this, Rs 8 lakh crore has been given to industrialists. Only 12 percent loan has been given to the people of the entire country. When he made arrangements at his level When I showed it, a lot of arbitrariness was seen. It is not easy for a common man to get a loan.

Loan is not approved without paying facility fee

BJP MP Varun Gandhi said that the loan is not approved without paying the convenience fee. The MP said that people take loans so that they can pay the fees of their children. People take loans for the treatment of their diseases, small business etc. In this, a facility fee is demanded from them. He said, it has been 75 years of independence. But, where do we stand. The whole objective of the freedom struggle was that Indians should not have to bow down under any circumstances, but today’s situation is different. Police stations, or other government offices People are not only having to bow down but also have to face setbacks. What kind of freedom has this become? One has to join hands in front of officers and employees for their work. MP Varun Gandhi reached Pilibhit on Tuesday on a two-day visit. Addressed public dialogue programs in villages like Fiza, Gajahra, Benipur, and Buhita etc. In the public dialogue program, MP Secretary Kamal Kant, in-charge Rakesh Sehrawat, Kamlesh Verma, Vinay Tiwari, Parmeshari Dayal Gangwar, Suraj Shukla, Sumit Mishra, Deepak Pandey, Malkhan Singh, Rajesh Singh, Gopal ji, Prakash Sharma, Bhuparam Maurya etc. were present.

Report: Muhammad Sajid

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