New Delhi, Sep 12: A youth organisation on Sunday held an illustration outdoors Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence, accusing the town authorities of doing nothing in opposition to galloping unemployment and the worsening public healthcare system. The demonstration was held by the Delhi wing of the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) and a memorandum of calls for was submitted to Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal after it.
The major calls for included the speedy begin of recruitment to fill the vacant authorities posts in Delhi, the DYFI stated in an announcement. Almost 33,000 posts of academics are vacant, stated DYFI’s Delhi State Committee secretary Aman Saini, referring to the Delhi authorities’s reply to a question by his organisation beneath the Right to Information Act, 2005.
Another 10,000 posts are vacant in Jal board and eight,000 in PWD,” he stated, including the Kejriwal authorities is doing nothing to fill these vacancies. In the memorandum, the organisation additionally stated the provision of hospital beds has seen a steady discount for 3 consecutive years earlier than the pandemic as a consequence of which Delhi witnessed loss of life at each nook through the second wave of the Covid pandemic. “It ought to subsequently now be a high precedence of the Delhi authorities to arrange new government-owned district hospitals and intensify the common vaccination programme,” stated the memorandum.
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