Paper Leak: Harish Rawat slammed the state government, said- ‘BJP’s allegation means we are in the right direction’

Former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Harish Rawat lashed out at the state government in the lathicharge incident on unemployed youth. Describing this episode as unfortunate, he blamed the government.
Taking positively the allegations of doing politics on the Congress by the BJP, he said that it means going in the right direction. Also warned that if the cases filed against unemployed youth are not withdrawn, they will sit on hunger strike.
Harish Rawat lashed out at the BJP government:
Harish Rawat lashed out at the BJP government during a conversation with journalists at the Congress Bhavan. He said that the unemployed youth are demanding their rights. They want a job, that too by giving an exam.
The youth are not asking for any bailout from the government. Along with this, police lathicharge on them is highly condemnable, in which appropriate action should be taken. Harish Rawat said that the accused caught earlier in recruitment scams should be punished severely.
Under the protection of the BJP government, the accused are roaming outside with bail. Those who spoil the future of the youth should not be spared. Such cases should be investigated by constituting a committee under the chairmanship of the sitting judge of the High Court.
He also condemned the arrest and jailing of unemployed youths and raised the demand to withdraw the cases registered against them. Also expressing apprehension of such rigging in the upcoming recruitments, said that the BJP government should guarantee that there will be no irregularities in the upcoming examinations.

Congress came on the road, clashed with the police:
Congress continues to protest against police action on unemployed youth. For the second consecutive day on Saturday, Congressmen marched to the police headquarters raising slogans against the government. However, the police stopped them midway. There was a fierce scuffle between the police and the Congressmen regarding this.
Party workers led by state president Karan Mahara, former chief minister Harish Rawat and deputy leader of the assembly Bhuvan Kapri gathered at the Congress Bhavan. From here at around 1.15 pm, he traveled to the police headquarters on Subhash Road. Police stopped the protesters by placing barricades at St. Joseph’s Tiraha.
Enraged by this, some protesters started heckling with the police. When the protesters could not move forward, they sat on the dharna there and started raising slogans. Due to this the road got jammed. Seeing the deteriorating traffic system, the police took some leaders into custody and forcibly picked them up and got the road vacated.

During this, State President Karan Mahara said that the unemployed youth of the state:
Only want employment from the government. He wants the recruitment examinations to be conducted in a transparent manner. A CBI inquiry should be conducted under the supervision of a High Court judge into the scams in recruitment examinations. Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat said that the Dhami government is proud of its overwhelming majority.
She neither wants to listen to the voice of the unemployed nor of the opposition. He said that the BJP government has become synonymous with corruption. MLA Harish Dhami, Metropolitan President Dr. Jaswinder Singh Gogi, Spokesperson Garima Mahara Dasauni, Vice President Organization Mathura Dutt Joshi, General Secretary Organization Vijay Saraswat, Godavari Thapli, Hema Purohit, Pushpa Panwar, Virendra Pokhriyal etc. also addressed the workers.

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