It was already reported that youth unions, student union leaders and trade union leaders attempted to storm the house of AP CM YS Jagan under the name of Chalo Tadepalli yesterday in order to protest against unemployment in the state.
The police arrested the protesters and moved them to police stations. TDP leaders have been placed under house arrest for supporting the struggle of unemployed youth for a new job calendar.
The situation is similar today to the Janasena party leaders who have taken up the cause of concern for the unemployed. Demanding the announcement of a new job calendar in the state, Pawan Kalyan lamented that the YCP had deceived the unemployed youth. It is in this context that the Janasena Party today asked the youth to submit petitions to the respective district employment authorities for job vacancies.
However, police have halted the plans of Janasena leaders. Notices have already been issued blocking Janasena leaders. Now, Nadendla Manohar, chairman of the Janasena political affairs committee, said that CM Jagan would be in trouble if JSP stood by the youth who were deceived by the CM’s words.
Nadendla Manohar opined that it was undemocratic to keep Janasena leaders under house arrest from last night for fighting on behalf of the unemployed.