MP Varun Gandhi's tweet issue issued: Written by warning to the government, if not serious about employment, the future of the nation will go into darkness.

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MP Varun Gandhi's tweet issue issued: Written by warning to the government, if not serious about employment, the future of the nation will go into darkness.
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BJP MP Varun Gandhi has been attacked by tweet on all issues like growing inflation unemployment and employment in the country for the past few days. In such a situation, Varun Gandhi has once again tweeted on Tuesday and warned the government. Varun Gandhi wrote, "If we do not wake up on this issue, the future of the nation will go into darkness along with the youth.

Varun warned the government On Tuesday, tweeting on his Twitter account, he wrote, Competitive students across the country are constantly struggling. Many recruitments have been hanging for a long time. The most important time of youth life is sometimes losing the movement or sometimes the court. Varun Gandhi warned the government and wrote, "If we are not serious about the creation of employment, then the future of the nation as well as the nation will go into darkness.

This is not the first time that Varun Gandhi has worked to give advice by tweeting his government. Even before this, MP Varun Gandhi has been working from time to time to show the mirror to the government on all the issues.

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BJP MP Varun Gandhi introduced the Employment Code Bill 2022 as the first step in the hope of becoming a transformational law in Parliament. In this bill record time introduced by Varun Gandhi, the methods of filling 2 million vacancies were written. Varun Gandhi also tweeted giving information about this whole matter.

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