JDU speaks out against the Agneepath program and gives this advice to central government
Patna: Young people in Bihar oppose the central government’s Agneepath program to recruit into the army. Over the course of two days, government properties worth millions of rupees have been blown up during the protest, but leaders of Bihar’s political parties are not speaking out of their mouths. In Bihar, protesters blew up trains in three districts. On the other hand, a statement by Vijendra Yadav, Bihar government minister, came from the JD(U) quota, which can put the whole NDA policy on agarchy.
Although the statement was made by JDU Chief Upendra Kushwaha and JDU National Chairman Lalan Singh even called on the central government to reconsider the project, but CM Nitish Kumar is still silent. On the issue, Energy Minister Vijendra Yadav questioned the Center and said the Indian government should look into it. You should sit down and discuss it with people. This is not a Bihar government issue. He clarified that this was entirely the Centre’s business.
However, the Bihar government is bipartisan. On the other hand, bjp-governed states have talked about the advantage of Agniveers in local-level appointments to calm the anger of the youth. Following violent student protest, Lalan Singh and Speaker of the Parliamentary Council Upendra Kushwaha went further and said the Center should reconsider the project. The Center should discuss with the students so that the case is covered up.
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