IYC activists protest over Farm Bills outside Parliament

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New Delhi, Sep 22 (IANS): Amid the uproar over the controversial Agriculture Bills, Indian Youth Congress (IYC) workers on Tuesday staged a protest outside Parliament House.

The IYC workers were detained by the Delhi police. Hundreds of IYC activists led by its National President Srinivas B.V. staged the protest outside Parliament House against rising unemployment among the youth and the “anti-farmer” Agriculture Bills.

Lashing out at the government while leading the protest march, Srinivas said,”The Central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anti-youth and anti-farmer.”

He accused Modi of suppressing the voice of the countrymen to benefit a few of his industrialist friends.

“I want to say that the anti-farmer black law has been passed at the whims of Prime Minister Modi and if these anti-people laws are not withdrawn, there will be a fierce protest and satyagraha on the streets,” Srinivas added.

He said the IYC workers surrounded Parliament to awaken the “deaf and dumb” government to listen to the voice of the common people of India. During the protest, the IYC workers also burnt effigies of Modi.

The Congress has also planned nationwide protests from September 24 to November 14 over the passing of the Farm Bills. It has planned to submit two crore signatures of farmers opposing the the Bills. The IYC is already running a ‘Rozgar Do’ (give employment) campaign to awaken the Central government to the rising unemployment among the youth.

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