Protests are raging over the Agnipath scheme taken up by the central government. Minister of State Niranjan Reddy responded to the protests. The minister said that Agneepath was an ill-considered decision and that such an ill-considered decision on national security was unwise. Tenth graders have been criticized for giving Agnipath a 12th grade certificate on their way back. He was outraged that the agrarian laws were bothering the youth with decisions like Agneepath today. We will bring black money .. Rs 15 lakh will be deposited in the accounts of the poor. It is flagged that public sector companies are selling to the private sector. Minister Niranjan Reddy has strongly criticized the rise in unemployment in the country from 5.6 per cent to 7.83 per cent during Prime Minister Modi’s rule.
Given that India ranks 101st out of 110 countries in the hunger index, it is understandable how the central government is doing. Modi is all about a regime of scams. Concerns are running high from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. The center should withdraw its decisions after noticing the anger of the youth. National security is not a short term course, it is conducive to the future and defense of the country. The Center is making an unstoppable decision to reduce the burden of wages and pensions. One person was killed and several others were injured when the Railway Protection Force opened fire on a group of protesting youths at the Secunderabad railway station. The center should pay compensation to the victim’s family and the injured family. The center should be held accountable for events that take place across the country.
– Singireddy Niranjan Reddy, Minister of Agriculture, Telangana
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