NSUI to start campaign against Govt’s anti-youth policy

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Dec 30: National Students Union of India (NSUI) Jammu and Kashmir pledged to start a campaign against anti-youth policy of the State Government. As per Government’s SRO 202, the newly recruited employees are getting a meagre 5000 to 6000 salary, which is not enough to live life comfortably.
This was stated by State Vice President NSUI, Amjad Bhat while addressing media persons in Jammu.
He said that SRO 202 is injustice with the educated youth of Jammu and Kashmir State, adding that those who got employment are getting 5000 and 6000 salary which is very less in present times.
He said, those who are waiting to get job are mentally frustrated with these anti students and anti youth policies of Jammu and Kashmir, adding that Govt has failed to live up to the expectations of youth.
“We are going to start a campaign against this SRO and in this regard, we will start signature campaign at the University, College and District level,” Bhat informed.
Sunny Parihar, District President NSUI appealed to all the students, unemployed youth and employees who got job under SRO 202 to raise  voice against injustice.
He said, it is high time to get united and fight together.
Others who were present in the press conference were Shahid Ayoub, Nishant Gupta and Vikas Badoria.


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