With protests against the Centre’s new ‘Agnipath‘ scheme for recruitment of defence personnel turning violent in several parts of the country, Telangana Minister for IT and Industries K T Rama Rao on Friday said the stir indicates the unemployment problem in the country. “The violent protests against #AgniveerScheme is an eye-opener & acute indicator of the magnitude of unemployment crisis in the country
Pehle Desh ke Kisan Ke Saath खिलवाड़ Aur Ab Desh ke Jawan Ke Saath खिलवाड़
From One Rank – One Pension to proposed No Rank – No Pension!,” Rama Rao, known as KTR, tweeted.
Agnipath scheme: All about Indian Army’s mega recruitment drive
Defence minister Rajnath Singh unveiled the Scheme called ‘Agnipath’ on Tuesday, June 14. Indian military is overhauling its recruitment process for personnel below officer rank. This is being done to deploy fitter, younger troops on its front lines on short contracts of at most four years. We try to explain what the Agnipath scheme for Agniveers is all about. Watch!
The Ministry of Defence had on Tuesday unveiled the Agnipath scheme which is a pan-India merit-based recruitment scheme for enrolling soldiers, airmen and sailors. Under the scheme, young persons will be provided an opportunity to serve in the armed forces as “Agniveer” for a period of four years, including training period.