Center Strengthening the Future of India’s Youth: A Call to Action

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India is currently experiencing its highest unemployment rate in 45 years. Senior Congress party members stated that it is their responsibility to empower the youth and instill positivity in their minds. On the ninth day of his foot march, Gandhi reached Neendakara in Kollam district, which began on September 7.

During the march, Gandhi has been meeting with many young people to understand their expectations from the government. He emphasized that by harnessing the power of youth, the nation can experience rapid growth. Unfortunately, the country is currently facing record unemployment, leaving educated youth disillusioned and searching for jobs.

Following the morning leg of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Gandhi engaged in discussions with various groups, including cashew workers, entrepreneurs, trade unions, and leaders of RSP and Forward Block. He expressed his commitment to understanding the needs of the people and addressing their concerns.

Gandhi highlighted the importance of listening to individuals from all walks of life, including children, the elderly, women, the poor, farmers, and tribals, in order to find solutions to their problems. He encouraged unity among the youth and expressed optimism for the future of India.

The evening leg of the yatra will commence at 5 PM from Chavara bus stand and conclude at Karunagapally. The 3,570-kilometre foot march began in Kanyakumari on September 7 and will end in Jammu and Kashmir. The Bharat Jodo Yatra, which entered Kerala on September 10, will cover 450 km across seven districts over 19 days before entering Karnataka on October 1.

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