RRB NTPC Protest Congress Gave Support TO The Nationwide Movement Of Students Yesterday
RRB NTPC Protest: Talking to reporters at Congress headquarters, the party's national spokesperson Supriya Shrine said that I want to appeal that rail roko agitation has been organized on 28th tomorrow, we support it.
RRB NTPC result protest
In protest against the RRB NTPC Result 2021, Congress has openly given its support to the Rail Roko movement going to be held across the country on January 28. Congress's national spokesperson Supriya Shrinate announced this in a press conference on Thursday. And said that Rail Roko Andolan has been organized on 28th tomorrow. We support this. However, an appeal has been made by the party that this movement should be peaceful.
Party's national Spokesperson Supriya Shrinet Said
Talking to reporters at the Congress headquarters, the party's national spokesperson Supriya Shrine said that I want to appeal that Rail Roko Andolan has been organized on 28th tomorrow, we support it. The campaign, agitation will have to be done in a peaceful manner.
This Gandhi's Country It Runs On Truth And Non Violence
He said that as Rahul Gandhi has also said that this is Gandhi's country. It follows truth and non-violence. If we agitate peacefully, the government will have to kneel. The biggest example of this is the farmers' movement. There is no place for even a trace of violence in any campaign, movement.
To wake Up The Sleeping Governments Of Uttar Pradesh
He said that we want to tell the government that after making big promises, by not fulfilling them, you are not only committing the promise to the country but also to the youth of the country. The youth-only need employment, you are ready to talk about everything except their employment. What would you say to the youth who are sitting on the railway tracks in very cold weather? They don't want to hurt anyone. They don't want to inconvenience anyone. But to wake up the sleeping government of Delhi. Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, if they are sitting to wake up the representatives of privatization in the Ministry of Railways, then you will have to listen to their voices.