‘Unemployed people who are not happy with the Agneepath scheme are going on a rampage. They say they have struggled for years to join the Army, but are outraged that taking up appointments with a four-year deadline would be unfair to them. But it is foolish to burn government property in the name of protest. Such mania is useless. The cost of a single train set on fire in Secunderabad today is Rs. 200 crore .. The total loss yesterday was about Rs. 600 crores. Politicians will not lose anything because of this .. The people’s blood will be burdened in the form of taxes. Governments will come down even if they protest peacefully. “It would be a disgrace to the country if the youth, who are ready to serve as soldiers to maintain peace and security in the country, commit such acts, destroying public money and terrorizing hundreds of innocent people,” Kaushal said.
However, everything is fine but the skills .. The value of the destroyed property is good .. What is the value of the life of Army candidate Rakesh who was killed in the railway police firing yesterday ?? Can that life be valued? Kaushal is being slapped. After 4 years of training in the Army .. After leaving the job they can not find a big job except security guard jobs. The conscience of those who have served in the Army for 4 years is not conducive to bowing their heads and playing in small private jobs. Intermediate qualification and skills are not suitable for high paying jobs in corporate companies. With the knowledge they have acquired they will not be able to compete with the present youth in other government job exams. Why play with the lives of young people? ‘ Kaushal says it would be good to answer these, and the amount of comments on the post is staggering. However, Kaushal said that he was only saying that it was not correct to destroy government property and that his intention was not to encourage such acts.
However, officials estimated the damage at Rs 7 to 8 crore in Secunderabad yesterday. However, Kaushal alone has claimed a loss of Rs 600 crore in Secunderabad alone. Others, however, argue that elections are not a matter of skill.