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Narendra Modi NSUI protest against fuel price hike in Chandigarh

Narendra Modi NSUI protest against fuel price hike in Chandigarh

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It flays Centre for ‘anti-folks insurance policies’

College students of Panjab College having allegiance to the National College students’ Union of India (NSUI) on Sunday held a symbolic yelp against the BJP-led authorities at the Centre in the backdrop of rising prices of gasoline.

A team of NSUI contributors staged the yelp at metropolis’s Sector 10 gasoline location, where they symbolically pretended to “provide mortgage” to the parents for getting petrol and diesel.

A number of days in the past the NSUI students had held a “boot polish” yelp, by which they expressed their trouble against lengthen in prices of gasoline by sharpening shoes of bystanders.

“We are staging yelp to net up this authorities. Folks are fed-up of Central authorities’s anti-folks insurance policies and we desire the authorities to clutch this. At a time of pandemic when folks are already struggling the authorities in its save of providing a serving to hand is establishing more troubles for them. With tag hike of petroleum products, that would perchance perchance simply lead to inflation, the Central authorities seems to be adamant to devastate the financial structure of the country,” said Manoj Lubana of the NSUI.

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“As a phase of our yelp against rising gasoline prices we are ‘providing mortgage’ to the parents, who are visiting the gasoline location here. The goal is to divulge the message about sinful insurance policies of the ruling authorities at the Centre,” he said.

“By sharply increasing gasoline prices, the authorities has broken the backbone of every thing of the society. I would bustle Top Minister Narendra Modi to cease hurting folks of the country with sinful financial management,” he said.

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