If you use any social media platform, you must have seen two hashtags trending – #HappyBirthdayPMModi and #NationalUnemploymentDay.
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi is celebrating his 70th birthday, today, it’s not really National Unemployment Day.
At a time when India’s GDP is the lowest and unemployment, the highest, a section of Twitterati have decided to mark this day as the National Unemployment Day.
This is the reason they have started trending #NationalUnemploymentDay for the government to notice and offer employment opportunities to the youth.
More than 2 Cr salaried jobs & 12 Cr overall jobs are lost in last 6 mths. Unemployment rate reached 45 yr high due to decisions of @narendramodi govt.— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) September 17, 2020
To honour his achievement, disheartened unemployed youths have decided to celebrate this day as #NationalUnemploymentDay.
#NationalUnemploymentDay— Rakesh Yadav (@Careerwill1) September 17, 2020
Modiji became first ever PM in the world whose birthday is celebrated as ‘National Unemployment Day’.
Meanwhile, Modiji to Amit Shah : pic.twitter.com/sFNksWYrL1
#NationalUnemploymentDay#राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगार_दिवस— Deepika Singh (@Deepika18236318) September 17, 2020
The man who promise two crore jobs every year, little did we know that he was talking about taking a way those jobs!
More than twelve crore people lost their jobs.
Do you retweet if you agree. @PMOIndia @narendramodiji pic.twitter.com/qOBTVhTICS
#राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगारी_दिवस— Deepak (@deepakkr120) September 17, 2020
Happy b’day to the person who said to bring golden days for us nd finally brought us to this stage where we are begging of to fullfill our basic requirements#NationalUnemploymentDay#राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगारी_दिवस@MandalArmyChief pic.twitter.com/aPUPMMGrHP pic.twitter.com/Aiv5ncd6TJ
#NationalUnemploymentDay— बेरोजगार Monu Yadav (@MonuYad07054502) September 17, 2020
Happy Birthday to the creator of National Unemployment.
The best ever salesman of Govt. Companies.
World’s best Actor who accidentally became a politician#NationalUnemploymentDay #NationalUnemploymentDay #राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगारी_दिवस @PMOIndia pic.twitter.com/T5EibZlAqk
#राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगार_दिवस— बेरोजगार भारतीय यूथ 💪⚡⚡⚡⚡⚡⚡ (@RaviD80098949) September 17, 2020
– GDP fell -23.9%
– Unemployment rose 7.4%
– 20 PSU to be Sold
– 6 PSU to be Shut
– 1.89 crore Job lost
– China is threatening
– Corona Death rising
– Farmers protesting
Media: Lets discuss Rhea, Sushant.@ABPNews
@aajtak #NationalUnemploymentDay pic.twitter.com/JpsG2yxyv4
#NationalUnemploymentDay #राष्ट्रीय_बेरोजगारी_दिवस#NationalUnemploymentDay— Sachin belwal (@Sachinbelwal1) September 17, 2020
Listen to the students.
Where is 2 crore jobs?
So plzz do something good for students on ur b’day.
And wish u very happy b’day, live healthier and longer 😃🎂 @PMOIndia @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/cDzlHe5j88
#NationalUnemploymentDay— Taruna Gusaiwal (@tarunagusaiwal) September 17, 2020
Happy birthday to our Prime
Minister @PMOIndia @narendramodi
There’s no need of description
There is nothing but UNEMPLOYMENT here… pic.twitter.com/CDbXkKVlYl
This week is also being celebrated as Rashtriya Berojgar Saptah. During the week, the youth continuously tried to communicate their issues, conditions and all the problems to the government through various means.
They have also been demanding reforms in SSC and other recruitment processes.