Cannot make Pakoras – permit me to die, tweets unemployed to President

An educated unemployed youth of the city has tweeted the president Ram Nath Kovind, seeking permission to die as he cannot sell pakoras for livelihood, sending the government officials into a tizzy as the President’s office has taken a note of the developments and has directed the officials to take remedial steps.

Cannot make Pakoras – permit me to die, tweets unemployed to President

An educated unemployed youth of the city has tweeted the president Ram Nath Kovind, seeking permission to die as he cannot sell pakoras for livelihood, sending the government officials into a tizzy as the President's office has taken a note of the developments and has directed the officials to take remedial steps.

The youth Navneet, resident of Kalyanpur on Purana Shivala road, is a graduate and has also done fitter course from ITI. He has been preparing for the post of police constable. His father Sunil Saxena is also a police inspector and is posted at Mati in Kanpur Dehat.

According to Navneet, inspite of getting good marks in different examinations, he did not get a job. He also told that even his brother fell short of one and a half marks to qualify for a job last year. After the receiving the tweet, the President's office retweeted it to IG Range and Kanpur Police.

Now as the message has been retweeted by the President's office, the entire police administration is running pillar to post to investigate the matter and solve the crisis of the family. Navneet, also says that after PM Modi made the Pakora statement, I became a subject of joke. I cannot make Pakoras.

But I didn't got a job according to my qualification. I am not asking for undue advantage but the job market in the country is such that you don't get the due respect from the society which you are a part of.

He also urged the government to either change the policies framed to get decent jobs even after scoring the required percentages else give me permission to end my life. According to sources ,the PRO cell and SSP office in Kanpur tried to contact him on phone, but he was not available.