In a recent development, passed-out radiographers in India have raised their voices against the government’s inaction towards their recruitment. These radiographers have been demanding recruitment for the past six years, but to no avail. They have claimed that despite multiple requests and meetings with government officials, no concrete action has been taken.
The issue was brought to light when a group of unemployed radiographers met with the Director of Health and Family Welfare department to discuss the matter. According to reports, the group had been trying to get the attention of the government for a long time but to no avail. The radiographers are now demanding that the government take immediate action to recruit them and end their unemployment.
Speaking to the media, one of the radiographers said, “We have been waiting for the past six years for our recruitment. The BJP-led government, during its first term, had announced recruitment after a cabinet meeting. But it seems that it was just a mere announcement as no action was taken thereafter.”
He further added that even before the 2013 Assembly polls, they had met with government officials to discuss the issue. However, till date, there has been no development regarding their recruitment. “We are tired of waiting and now demand immediate action from the government. We want jobs, and we want them now,” he said.
The situation has become increasingly difficult for these radiographers, especially in light of the ongoing pandemic. Many of them have completed their courses and are eager to work in hospitals and health centers. However, due to the lack of recruitment, they have been left without any job opportunities.
Meanwhile, the government’s inaction has drawn sharp criticism from the opposition. The Congress party has accused the government of neglecting the plight of the unemployed radiographers. “It is shocking that the government has not taken any action despite multiple requests from the radiographers. This shows the government’s indifference towards the unemployed youth,” a Congress spokesperson said.
The issue of unemployment has been a major concern for the government, especially in the wake of the pandemic. With the economy still recovering from the impact of the pandemic, job opportunities have become scarce. In this scenario, the demand for recruitment by radiographers is a clear indication of the larger problem of unemployment in the country.
The situation is especially dire for the youth who have completed their education and are eager to start their careers. According to a recent report, the unemployment rate among young people in India is at an all-time high. This has led to frustration and anger among the youth, who feel let down by the government’s inability to provide job opportunities.
The government, on its part, has promised to address the issue of unemployment. The BJP-led government had made job creation a key promise during the 2014 election campaign. However, critics claim that the government has failed to fulfill its promise and that the situation has only worsened.
In the case of the radiographers, the government’s lack of action has led to a dire situation. These radiographers have completed their courses and are eager to start working, but the government’s inaction has left them without any job opportunities. It is now up to the government to take swift action and provide employment opportunities to these radiographers and other unemployed youth in the country.
The issue of unemployment has become a major concern for the government and the public alike. The government must take swift action to address the issue and provide job opportunities to the youth. The situation of radiographers is just one example of the larger problem of unemployment in the country, and it is time for the government to take concrete steps to address it.