Protests will be held in the city on Saturday: Public meeting in Rohtak demanding Agneepath Remove and MSP law to make

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Protests will be held in the city on Saturday: Public meeting in Rohtak demanding Agneepath Remove and MSP law to make
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Protests will be held on Saturday to demand Agneepath Remove and MSP law in Haryana district Rohtak. The decision of which was taken on the ongoing dharna in Sampla from 22 June. Under this, a march will be taken out from the old bus stand to Mansarovar Park across the city on Saturday. At the same time, a public meeting will also be organized. This protest is being organized on the call of United Youth Unemployed Front and various organizations and Khapas. In view of the future of the youth, demand will be raised for permanent recruitment in the army instead of Agnivir, to make all government jobs permanent and regular recruitment. Also, the issue of making MSP law will be important for farmers. Joint Youth Unemployed Front dharna convenor Meet Mann said that many people will be involved in the protest. The government should also fulfill their demands as soon as possible. If the demand is not met soon, they will be forced to take tough steps. Further protests will not back down from accelerating. The dharna has been going on for the last 38 days regarding the Agneepath scheme in the dharnaasampala for 38 days. The dharna has the support of delegation of Haryana, Punjab, Himachal, Uttarakhand, UP and Bihar. To speed it up, a campaign is also being carried out in the surrounding villages. So that his mother can be delivered to the government and the Agneepath scheme can be canceled. People are also getting support from dharna. The dharnararat people warned that they are not going to retreat until the Agneepath scheme is canceled. Their picket will continue indefinite. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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