Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying eight cheetahs have come and now he should explain why 16 crore jobs weren’t created eight times.
On Saturday Prime Minister Modi turned 72. It existed a busy day for the prime minister, who, among unlike effects, released eight cheetahs brought around from Namibia in Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park as a portion of a corner design seven decades after they were declared defunct in the country.
Eight cheetahs have arrived, now tell why 16 crore jobs did not come in eight years. The former Congress chief, using the hashtag ‘National Unemployment Day’, said, “Youth ki hai lalkar, le kar rahenge rojgar (it is the cry of youth that they will have employment), Gandhi said in a tweet in Hindi.
The Congress on Saturday claimed that given the “worrying” job situation in the country, youths are marking the prime minister’s birthday as “National Unemployment Day”, and demanded that he provide employment to them as promised.
Modi had promised to provide two crore jobs annually, but only seven lakh people have been given employment in the last eight years, claiming that 22 crore people had applied for the jobs.