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'8 cheetahs have come, now tell why 16 cr jobs didn't...': Rahul Gandhi's dig at PM Modi | India News

‘8 cheetahs have come, now inform why 16 cr jobs did not…’: Rahul Gandhi’s dig at PM Modi | Information

New Delhi: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday (September 17, 2022) took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the arrival of eight cheetahs in India and requested him why 16 crore jobs weren’t created in eight years. Rahul’s remarks got here after PM Modi launched eight cheetahs introduced from Namibia on the Kuno Nationwide Park in Madhya Pradesh.

“Eight cheetahs have come, now inform why 16 crore jobs did not are available eight years,” Gandhi, who’s at the moment main Congress’ 150-day lengthy “Bharat Jodo Yatra”, stated in a tweet in Hindi. 

“Yuvaon ki hai lalkar, le kar rahenge rozgaar (It’s the cry of the youth that they may have employment),” he added utilizing the hashtag “Rashtriya Berozgar Diwas” (Nationwide Unemployment Day).

8 चीते तो आ गए, अब ये बताइए,

8 सालों में 16 करोड़ रोज़गार क्यों नहीं आए?

युवाओं की है ललकार, ले कर रहेंगे रोज़गार।#राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगार_दिवस
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 17, 2022

The Congress on Saturday claimed that in view of the “worrying” job state of affairs within the nation, the youth are marking the prime minister’s birthday as “Nationwide Unemployment Day”, and demanded that he present employment to them as promised.

Modi promised to offer two crore jobs yearly however as an alternative solely seven lakh individuals have been given employment within the final eight years, the Grand Outdated Celebration claimed, including that 22 crore individuals had utilized for jobs.

Earlier on Saturday, eight Cheetahs — 5 feminine and three male and aged between 30 to 66 months — arrived in India from Namibia by a particular flight and had been launched by PM Narendra Modi within the Kuno Nationwide Park, seven many years after they grew to become extinct within the nation.

An extended wait is over, the Cheetahs have a house in India on the Kuno Nationwide Park.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 17, 2022

No “constructive efforts” had been made by the earlier governments to revive the inhabitants of the world’s quickest animal in India, PM Modi stated.

“It’s unlucky that we declared cheetahs extinct in 1952, however for many years no constructive efforts had been made to reintroduce them in India. Now, with new energy and vigour, the nation has launched into the venture of reviving the inhabitants of cheetahs throughout this ‘amrit kaal’,” he added.

“I thank our pleasant nation Namibia and the federal government there for his or her assist to reintroduce cheetahs to Indian soil after many years,’ Modi stated, including that solely three cheetahs had been left within the wild in India in 1947 which had been sadly hunted.

Challenge Cheetah is our endeavour in the direction of atmosphere and wildlife conservation.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 17, 2022

The final cheetah died within the nation in 1947 within the Korea district in present-day Chhattisgarh, earlier a part of Madhya Pradesh, and the species was declared extinct from India in 1952.

(With company inputs)

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