Nagpur: Four youths protesting have been admitted to IGGMCH after their health deteriorated at Constitution Chowk on Thursday afternoon. Where he had been on fast for the past many days, At the same time, to fulfill his demand from Wednesday, he has also stopped drinking water completely.
After being fed the saline, the youth returned and joined an indefinite hunger strike along with over 100 job-seekers. These four youths had completely refused to drink water, Whereas two youths had ended their fast completely keeping in mind their upcoming final year UG examinations in their hometown of Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh. Satyam Tiwari and Rudra Tiwari have said that they will come back again after the exam and start over.
These youths, most of whom are from farming families, are seeking jobs in the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). UPSC had advertised about 60,000 jobs but after publishing the merit list it was revised to around 55,000.
Many politicians and elected representatives have visited the venue
Simultaneously, a Pune-based activist Sanjay Kadam ‘Bharatiya’ also started a fast on the site in support of these candidates. Bharatiya have claimed that they were campaigning for the rights of the nomadic tribes of backward classes, Vimukt tribes VJNT under their ‘Desh Jodo Abhiyan’ on bikes. No one from Nagpur has the guts to challenge Union Home Minister Amit Shah at all. And these students are also dying here but no one is coming forward to inquire about their health.
The activist has said that many politicians and elected representatives have also visited the venue as part of the Ambedkar Jayanti celebrations. They just left without asking why they were sitting here at all.
They are trying too hard to meet ministers and former ministers in the city but to no avail. Bharatiya has said that we are all Hindus, protesters said.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat must pay full attention. They are in power now and they can solve their issues completely. These youths should not be left to die here at all.