Tribune News Service
Karnal, July 18
Workers of the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) on Thursday protested against the government over various issues. They accused the government of discrimination, corruption and promoting casteism. They handed over a memorandum addressed to the Governor to SDM Narender Malik.
Nishan Singh, state president, and Narinder Sangwan, former MLA and district president, led the protest. Singh alleged that crime had increased and all sections of society were afraid. He said there was no check on inflation as rates of diesel and petrol were being increased.
He demanded that the state government should release a white paper on jobs in the Group D category, mentioning how many youths had left jobs in the Group D category. He alleged that jobs had been given after payment of bribe.
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