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CPI Demands Immediate Rollback Of Agnipath

Hyderabad | 18th June 2022
The CPI today demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi immediately roll back his government's controversial Agnipath scheme for recruitment into the armed forces, which had created a nationwide furore.

CPI national secretary Dr K Narayana said that the nationwide revolt came from the burning hearts of the youth. He alleged that the Prime Minister was trying to throw the youth into a fire pit through the controversial scheme, which deprived them of job security.

He said that the youth were not able to digest the fact that 75% of the selected candidates of the Agnipath scheme would be removed after the completion of four years of service, and without any pension. Claiming that the problems of the retired army staff had not yet been solved by the Centre, he said that the youth did not believe the claims of the union government that it would render justice to them after their exit from the Army.

He also faulted the comments of various union ministers and BJP leaders that the Opposition parties were behind the agitations of the protesters. He asked the BJP leaders if their own party was then behind the protests in BJP-ruled States including Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat.
filed in:  Telangana, CPI, K Narayana, Agnipath, Violence, Army, Army Recruitment, Recruitment, Protests, Narendra Modi
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