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New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday demanded that the government should focus on finding solutions to the problems of youth, mainly unemployment.


Rahul's criticism of the government came amid media reports about an alarming rate of unemployment in August, as rural jobs diminished.

Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra also slammed the government over the alleged rise in unemployment and privatisation.

She raised the issue of Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Exams allegedly being in a state of limbo.

"2017- No appointments till now under SSC CGL. 2018 - Even results are not out of the CGL exam. 2019 - CGL exam was not held. 2020 SSC CGL - No vacancies taken out," Priyanka Gandhi tweeted in Hindi.

"If vacancies come out, then no exams. If exams take place, then no results. If results come out, then no recruitment," she said.

"The future of the youth is being ruined by private sector layoffs and a halt on government recruitment, but the government is serving lies in advertisements and speeches to hide the truth," Priyanka Gandhi tweeted with the hashtag 'stop privatization'.

In a tweet in Hindi , Rahul Gandhi appealed to the Narendra Modi government for "employment, reinstatement, results of exams".

"Provide solutions to the problems being faced by the youth of the country," he tweeted.

Meanwhile, Congress's chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala attacked the government over alleged rise in poverty.

He highlighted growth and poverty figures from the UPA era to hit out at the current dispensation. Citing a UN report, he said it shows a rapid rise in poverty among women.

He also cited a report by the International Labour Organization, which said that 40 crore Indians are being pushed below the poverty line.

The Congress has stepped up its attack on the government after the country's economy suffered its worst slump on record in April-June, with the gross domestic product (GDP) contracting by 23.9 per cent as the coronavirus-related lockdowns weighed on the already-declining consumer demand and investment.

(With inputs from PTI)


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