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National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) today protested against Petrol price hike by Rs 1.34 a litre on Saturday and and diesel by Rs 2.37 a litre — “fifth hike increase in two months”.
Scores of National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) activists led by Jammu and Kashmir state President Neeraj Kundan demonstrated against the Centre government on Sunday at Jammu university gate demanding immediate roll-back of the latest hike in petrol and diesel prices.
The students pushed their bikes and scooters from jammu university gate towards Bikram chowk citing their inability to afford the sky-rocketing fuel prices and were rasining salogans “Modi Sarkaar Hai Hai”, “Doond Ka Lawoo Ache Din”; “Kahan Gaye Ache Din?,
Highlighting the promises made by PM Narendra Modi during the Lok Sabha election campaign, NSUI State President Neeraj Kundan accused the government of being insensitive towards the Aam Aadmi and for taking U-turn on his promise of ‘Acche Din’.
Neeraj Kundan, Jammu and Kashmir NSUI President said, “The Prime Minister should apologize for the false promises he made. This price hike has come at a time when the farmers in the country are facing an acute agrarian crisis without much compensation from the government; this step would only increase the burden on them”.
“It is high time our Prime Minister should start thinking about the citizens and not focus on a selected few industrialists”, he added.
Fairoz Khan National secretary NSUI , Quoting a tweet by the then Chief Minister of Gujarat, Modi in 2012, which read “Massive hike in petrol prices is a prime example of the failure of Congress-led UPA”,
Now where is that modi and where are Ache Din , he added that the price of petrol was last hiked by 14 paise per litre and that of diesel by 10 paise a litre on October 5, Prior to that petrol price had been hiked on three occasions. Despite of lower prices of crude oil in international market, the NDA government is unable to check on fuel prices.
The NSUI activists also carried the bikes on their shoulders as the unemployment is on rise and the youth and students of the country cannot afford the fuel prices sky high prices
The others NSUI leaders who spoke on the occasion were Fairoz Khan National Secretary NSUI, Amjad Bhatt state vice president, Gurpreet singh, vishal kotwal, Aman thappa, Momin Malik, Tauseef khan, chander Sharma, Aftab keen, vardh