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#NationalUnemployementDay Trends on PM’s Birthday on Twitter. Find reasons for This Twitter Storm Inside

Mark 17 September, it is National Unemployment day!

Dear Prime Minister, Happy Birthday! Sorry but not sorry, Twitter is tensed and they have all the reasons to be so.

Today is 17th September, the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and twitteraites are seeing it as National Unemployment Day and why shouldn’t they? Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, this morning tweeted stating “Rozgaar Samman hai, Sarkaar kab tak ye samman dene see peeche hategi?” i.e. Employment is the honor of a citizen, till when will it stay away from giving this honor? He also coupled the tweet with the screenshot of unemployment rates from a Hindi news cutout.

Since 12 AM, #NationalUnemplyementDay has been trending. This twitter storm is basically by the people who have been demanding reforms in the SSC and another government job recruitment processes. Since last week, the youth members have been trying to communicate their issues regarding the same and on PM’s birthday, they mark their ignorance of government with National Unemployment Day.

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Twitter questions where are the 2 crore jobs that he had promised? India has seen a major economic crisis, amid the pandemic, the GDP had hit the all-time lowest, there’s privatization, and coupling this is that there are there 12 Crore people who are jobless. Considering the COVID crisis, unemployment is even distressing and uncalled for. And PM’s ineffective actions to provide jobs is actually leafing to problems for the youth.

Well, we won’t forget to give the best birthday wishes to the PM, and we wish his health and success but the coordination of the nation is intolerable. Unemployment is very likely to give major stress to the youth. It is a pandemic and the nation expects its Prime Minister to come with solutions instead of diverting the masses from the real issues.

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Ishika Aggarwal

Can write, shoot, listen, talk and procrastinate. A feminist at heart, Ishika is an avid writer and multimedia person who loves talking about women, realism, and society. When not working she is either seen watching films or making one.
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