Vijayawada: TDP National president N. Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday said the YSRCP government has failed to attract investment for Andhra Pradesh in its two-year rule.
Calling upon the young generation to question 'anti-development policies' of the AP government, he said with no investments and no industries, there were no decent jobs available for the educated youth and graduates.
In a statement here, the TDP chief said the youth who stand for courage and sacrifice should assert their rights for a golden future.
"The previous TDP regime gave utmost importance to industrial development and job creation since the youth would play a key role in the development of the State. Foreign educational opportunities were created. But, the Jagan regime had cancelled all the TDP programmes and put a question mark on the future of AP youth," he said.
Naidu asserted that the youth should question the government over the absence of any new notification to fill job vacancies as per its promises.
"The young generation should devote their time and energy for the reconstruction of the country and the communities they live in," he said.
In a separate statement, TDP National General Secretary urged the AP government to fulfill its promises.
"The past two years of Jagan Reddy rule had totally disappointed the young generation. The situation has degraded so much that some youth were committing suicides after losing hope of getting a decent job," Nara Lokesh said,
He said AP youth were facing joblessness and harassment by the current dispensation.