Various organisations stage protest in Hassan

Authorities urged to fill vacancies in government departments

Members of All India Democratic Youth Organisation (ADIYO) staged a protest in front of deputy commissioner’s office in Hassan on Thursday alleging that government was cheating unemployed youth of the job opportunities.

Urging the authorities to fill the vacancies at various departments of the government, they said that there were more than two lakh vacancies and education department alone had 14 thousand.

State vice president Ravi said that country had more than 40 crore unemployed youth, who were deprived of jobs on par with their education. Holders of BEd, DEd, ITI and other qualifications were     in distress.

He accused government of leaving the post vacant or recruiting staff on basis of daily wage. “Appointment of guest teachers in education department has to be stopped and permanent teachers should be recruited.”

The protestors warned of intensifying their campaign against government, on failure of fulfilling the demands.

Establish industries

Convener of district unit Mehtab opined that district level industries should be established to create employment opportunity.

He said that salaries should be equal for same jobs in both private and government. “Candidates with vocational courses should be provided with suitable jobs, fee should not be collected while applying. Pension for unemployed should be given if jobs are not provided.” He said that State level protest would be held on September 6 at Bangalore.
Hundreds of students took out a rally in various main roads of the city.

Action demanded

Activists of Akhila Bharatha Vidyarthi Parishat (ABVP) staged a protest in front of deputy commissioner’s office demanding release of ABVP members who were arrested by the police in Mandya.

They alleged that the police had released Bangladesh infiltrators who were on their way to Kannur from Bangalore. “Action against police should be taken.”

Protestors said that ABVP activists had handed over more than 150 Bangladesh citizens on August 29 who were travelling in train.

They urged for action against the infiltrators.  ABVP city secretary Gautham, Manu, Rohit, Pavan, Vinod and others were present.

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