Nagpur: As a protest the NSUI (National Students Union of India) has changed the name of the Rojgar Bhavan a d has written on it Berojgar Bhavan due to increasing unemployment. Nagpur district NSUI took information from the Director’s office in Rojgar Bhavan situated in the Administrative building No. 2 in Civil Lines regarding skill development, employment and industry department. Here, it was found that they had no employment to give to the youths. Due to which NSUI officials and students staged demonstration against the government.
Presently, NSUI’s Maharashtra Pradesh Vice-President Ajit Singh said that in this office lakhs of educated unemployed have applied for jobs but here only 200 youths will, get jobs. But here nobody will get salary more than Rs 10,000.
State Secretary Abhishek Singh said that government that spoke about providing employment to 2 crore youths, is now totally silent on the issue of employment. Many youths who did not get jobs went on a wrong track. For this, the government is solely responsible. As proper employment is not available with the government. Singh accused the government saying that “Skill Development” and “Pramod Mahajan Campaign” have completely failed today.
The office bearers demanded unemployment allowance. He also changed the name of the employment building and wrote Berojgar Bhavan. He said that unless it provides employment to youth, it will be named Berojgar Bhavan. In this demonstration, NSUI’s national representative Ashish Mandapay, Pratik Kolhe, Roshan Kumbhalkar, Nagesh Girhane, Vaishnavi Bhardwaj were present.