Kutch: 23-year-old man in Kutch wrote a letter to Defense Minister in support of Agneepath project with his blood, know what was written in the letter

Raw : Thousands of youth in different states of the country are protesting against the Agneepath scheme announced by the Central Government for recruitment in the Indian Army. Deepak Dangar, 23, a native of Timana village in Bhavnagar district and currently living in Dayapar, Kutch, has written a letter to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh with […]
 


Kutch: 23-year-old man in Kutch wrote a letter to Defense Minister in support of Agneepath project with his blood, know what was written in the letter

Raw : Thousands of youth in different states of the country are protesting against the Agneepath scheme announced by the Central Government for recruitment in the Indian Army. Deepak Dangar, 23, a native of Timana village in Bhavnagar district and currently living in Dayapar, Kutch, has written a letter to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh with his iron.

In the letter, Deepak wrote in support of the Agneepath project that he is ready to join forces with zero pay. In a letter to Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, he expressed his desire to serve the country by joining the army with zero pay. Also, it has appealed to the youth who are currently damaging government property, to stop the violent protests.

Amidst protests against Agneepath project The central government made another big announcement on Saturday. Making a big announcement for Agniveer, the Defense Ministry said that Agniveer will get 10% reservation for jobs in the Defense Ministry. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has approved it. The Defense Ministry said that 10% reservation will be implemented in Indian Coast Guard and Defense civilian posts and in all 16 Defense Public Sector Undertakings. This reservation will be in addition to the existing reservation for ex-servicemen.

Necessary amendments will be made in the respective Recruitment Rules to give effect to these provisions. Defense Public Sector Undertakings will be advised to make similar amendments in their respective Recruitment Rules. Relaxation in the required age will also be provided. 10% of the vacancies in the Ministry of Defense will be reserved for firefighters fulfilling the required eligibility criteria.