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    Modi should do 'Naukri Par Charcha', listen to people: Yechury

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    General Secretary Sitaram Yechury on Tuesday slammed the government over dipping employment rates, saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi should conduct a "Naukri Par Charcha".

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    NEW DELHI: CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury on Tuesday slammed the government over dipping employment rates, saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi should conduct a "Naukri Par Charcha".

    Quoting a news report, Yechury charged that the "unemployment rate is the worst-ever in independent India".

    "Modi should do a Naukri Par Charcha, and listen to the 'mann ki baat' of millions of jobless he has created with his policies like demonetisation and badly planned GST," he said in a tweet.

    The prime minister had on Monday interacted with students during "Pariksha Pe Charcha" programme.

    Yechury added that "Unemployment rate is the worst-ever in independent India. 45% for those between 15-19 years of age. It is 37% for those between 20-24 years. Urban unemployment. This is 44% in urban India".
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    11 Comments on this Story

    DK Tisa366 days ago
    Has this man Yechury done a day's work in his entire life? He is living off public money like other leeches and doing lofty thinking. Good for nothing.
    Tusky Tusky368 days ago
    yechury pls understand that your entire group of communist parties were routed out by people because of the foreign idea of communism. now you are breathing a last few breaths in kerala. so live on ventilator. dont teach father how to make babies.
    Tusky Tusky368 days ago
    yechury comes from party which closed the entire economy of a thriving bengal. the party created the whole problem of unemployment by goingon strike at will. with the army of unemployed create rucus in the country and now wants charcha.
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