Demand reservation with etiquette: UP CM to youths
Jaipur, Sept 25: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Friday called upon youth that if they want "quota" in jobs then demand it with etiquette so that no one can raise finger.
"Every one says there should be reservation, there should be a debate on it, some wants that there should be too much discussion and debate on it so that no one left for quota demand and they get defame", Akhilesh said while addressing a national convention of All India Yuva Yadav Maha Sabha here.
"Hence you (yadav community) have to keep a vigil on it and if you want quota in jobs then demand it with etiquette so that no one can raise finger against you", the UP CM said.
"It is not only you (Yadav) demanding reservation, there would such more on streets or doing agitation some where else...So my appeal is to knit people, have your heart big so that people could unite with you", he said.
Referring to his today's entry into Birla Auditorium when media men stopped him to raise certain questions, Yadav said, "There was a question that RSS has raised Quota issue recently. I told them I do not know about RSS."
"Kaun si baat mere se nikal jai, kis raste pe ye media wale meri baat ko le chalein....breaking news ke naam par (Which word I outburst...on what way or path media can took it ..in the name of breaking news)", he rapped media.
"If any clash or any adverse thing happen in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, then there would a news only. And if such thing happen in Uttar Pradesh, there would be two pictures; one of incident, another of CM running in breaking news...I tell you media is doing free publicity of UP government," he quipped.