Western UP: Jobs and higher educational institutes top priorities for voters
| Friday | 12th April, 2019
Young voters queuing up at polling booths in western UP had varied concerns on their minds.
The concerns of some young voters in Muzaffarnagar town’s Shiv Chowk were somewhat different.
At Titawi village in Muzaffarnagar’s sugarcane belt, young men like Gaurav Rathi (24) echoed “farmer issues” of his elders.
“We do not have much hope of getting jobs — most men in this village go to Saudi Arabia and work as labourers.
AdvertisingLike many Dalit girls in their village, Meenu stopped going to school after the violence in May 2017.
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