Sunday , December 4 2016

Only SCS Will Get Jobs For Youth, Says Raghuveera Reddy

APCC president N. Raghuveera Reddy has said that the future of youth in  Andhra Pradesh lies in the Special Category Status (SCS).

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APCC president Raghuveera Reddy at the ‘praja ballot’ conducted in Rajamahendravaram on Tuesday. S. RAMBABU

APCC president N. Raghuveera Reddy has said that the future of youth in  Andhra Pradesh lies in the Special Category Status (SCS). Industries will show interest in investing only when the SCS is accorded and the youth will automatically get job opportunities in the companies.

Initiating the ‘Student, youth praja ballot’ in the SKR Women’s College along with the  former Union Ministers M.M. Pallam Raju and J.D. Seelam, Mr. Raghuveera Reddy said that the SCS was the right of the people and the youth must make it a slogan until it was achieved.

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When he asked the students whether the Chief Minister N. Chandrababu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had fulfilled any of these promises they made during the elections, they shouted ‘no, no.”

Mentioning to Mr. Naidu’s election slogan that “if youth want jobs, Babu has to come,” Mr. Raghuveera Reddy said the reality was that “if youth want jobs, Babu should go.”

When Mr. Reddy asked the girl students how many of them had got the laptops, they replied that they received none.

Mr. Pallam Raju said if SCS has been given, the State would get 90 percent funds automatically and there was no need to knock doors of NITI Aayog or any Ministry.

Mr. Seelam said the TDP and the BJP had misinformed the people before the elections. “Now, they are cheating the people without giving SCS.” Former Minister Sailajanath spoke.

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