Subramaniam Swamy warn about Privatisation of Railway

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Subramaniam Swamy Warn Modi Government over RRB NTPC Exam

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former Union Minister Subramanian Swamy took to Twitter today to express his views on the privatisation of railway. He warned the government that "it should clarify its position on the matter soon, or it will face the wrath of the unemployed youths". Swamy also said that "this is being correlated with repeated cancellation of employment recruitment exams in States." His next sentence was: "I warn the government to clarify its postion, otherwise youth riots are inevitable." 

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Swamy raised the concern over unemployed youths are protesting over delayed and alternations in recruitment policy. The youths are correlates the delay and cancellation of exam with government hidden agenda of Privatisation.

Youths protesting over RRB NTPC Exam

Railway privatisation has been a contentious issue in India for many years. The most recent round of protests was kicked off by the release of the notification for the recruitment of assistant loco pilot and technician (ALP and Technician) in the Indian Railways. A large number of unemployed youths, who had appeared for the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) examination, held banners and shouted slogans against the government's move to privatise the railways. The protesters alleged that the government was not serious about providing employment to the young generation. They also demanded that the government clarify its position on the matter and withdraw the notification.

Swamy always keeps raising concern over government failures in the economy, GDP, GST, and foreign policy. The railway is the most important transport in our country. It is the most employment-generating PSU and has the largest rail network. It is the lifeline of India and is also a profit-making institution, but it has been crippled by bureaucratic corruption that harms the interests of Indians. Subramaniam Swamy also raised concern about Indi-China boarder issues in the past.

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