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Mr. Gandhi also said Prime Minister Modi will have to withdraw the military recruitment initiative just like he rolled back the farm laws.

Mr. Gandhi also said Prime Minister Modi will have to withdraw the military recruitment initiative just like he rolled back the farm laws.

Attacking the BJP over the Agnipath scheme, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said the ruling party has “broken the dream” of lakhs of youth to serve the country and asserted that a storm will rise from their tears that will break Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “arrogance of power”.

Taking to Twitter, Mr. Gandhi posted a video of a young man in tears expressing anguish over having lost the chance to join the armed forces.

“There has not been any recruitment in the armed forces for the last two years. 2018-19: 53,431; 2019-20: 80,572; 2020-21: 0; 2021-22: 0,” the former Congress Chief said.

“By bringing ‘Agniveers’ on a four-year contract, the BJP has broken the dream of lakhs of youth to serve the nation. Such a storm will rise from these tears that will destroy the arrogance of power of the Prime Minister,” Mr. Gandhi said in a tweet in Hindi.

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Addressing Congress parliamentarians and legislators from across the country who converged at the party headquarters in New Delhi on Wednesday to express solidarity with him after he was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate, Mr. Gandhi had alleged that the BJP government “which calls itself nationalist” was “weakening” the armed forces through the ‘Agnipath’ scheme.

He had also said Mr. Modi will have to withdraw the military recruitment initiative just like he rolled back the farm laws.

Several parts of the country witnessed protests after the announcement of the scheme that seeks to recruit youths between the age bracket of 17-and-half years to 21 for only four years with a provision to retain 25% of them for 15 more years. For 2022, the upper age limit has been extended to 23 years.

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