Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned a year older today. While BJP has been celebrating PM’s birthday from September 14 in the view of Seva Saptah, netizens are observing PM Modi’s birthday as National Unemployment day. #NationalUnemplymentDay has been trending on Twitter since last night along with Narendra Modi Birthday.
Why is National Unemployment Day trending?
The hashtag National Unemployment Day is viral all over social media to mark a protest against the increasing unemployment rate in the country. Netizens are protesting against the current government for their failure to create jobs in the market which has gone worse because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
As per reports, India’s GDP has contracted 23.9% in the April-June quarter and it is the worst contraction in 40 years. Due to COVID-19 people who were employed are losing their jobs because of the economic recession and those who were unemployed are not able to find jobs in the domestic market.
India’s youth is protesting as they have been demanding changes in SSC and other recruitment processes. Throughout the week the youth tried to express their issues on Twitter. It’s high time that the BJP government should focus on these issues as it will make the economy worse.
Check out some Twitter reactions here:
Neta ji : " Give me Blood, I shall Give you Freedom. "
Jumla Maharaj : "Give me Vote,
I shall give you Unemployment" .
— Rakesh Yadav (@Careerwill1) September 17, 2020
2 million tweets on #NationalUnemploymentDay
An apt tribute to the failure of Narender as a Prime Minister. pic.twitter.com/tAfdA4u3Ai
— Kapil (@kapsology) September 17, 2020
We request the Government to bring in Quick Reforms in the recruitment and examination process used for filling vacancies in State and Central Governments. Let's fill the open vacancies soon.#speakup#sscreforms#govtexamreforms#NationalUnemploymentDay pic.twitter.com/qCPNCPupiI
— RaMo (@RaMoSirOfficial) September 17, 2020
I am raising the voice of the youth of my country, you too come with us and contribute by retweeting.
— Sandeep Choudhary (@Sandeepnewsman) September 17, 2020
Enough is enough!
— भारती मीणा 🦜 (@FOUNDERofMMES) September 17, 2020
— Gooswami (@Gooswami1) September 17, 2020
Revolutionary Sathi @HansrajMeena ji you created history ,On #NarendraModiBirthday you have united youth & celebrate #NationalUnemploymentDay #राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगार_दिवस & also successfully celebrate the event .
Now on top with 2M+ Twitte .
We are always with you sir .Go ahead pic.twitter.com/9AFp5xzF1a
— Manoj Tandi (@ManojTandi9) September 17, 2020
#राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगारी_दिवस #NationalUnemploymentDay #राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगारी_दिवस
This is not a disrespect towards our PM but this is to get attention of or PM towards the unemployment issue in our country.wish
you a very Happy Birthday @narendramodi @PMOIndia pic.twitter.com/tQoqlPOAsj
— Vivek Maurya (@VivekMa05156965) September 17, 2020
#NationalUnemploymentDay #राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगार_दिवस @narendramodi @PMOIndia
This is not disrespect of our Pm. But this is the attention of our Pm towards the Unemployment in our country…. So Awake Arise & Stop Jumla…. On unemployment pic.twitter.com/LQYYrjsWtn#NationalUnemploy
— (बेरोजगार)Er Shubham Bramhe (@EBramhe) September 17, 2020
Dear Youth of India
Let me warn you
New झुनझुना of Media
(Kangna + Jaya Prada)
(Urmila + Hema Malini + Jaya Bacchan)
Save your sanity and focus only on your career#राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगार_दिवस #राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगारी_दिवस @narendramodi @PMOIndia pic.twitter.com/xPfDXntCoo
— 🇮🇳बेरोजगार Indian 🇮🇳 (@VijendraKaushal) September 17, 2020