Congress leader Rahul Gandhi criticised BJP-ruled states for their handling of the unemployment crisis, stating they are emerging as epicentres of the issue. ‘Berojgari ki bimari Bharat me mahamari ka roop le chuki hai (the unemployment crisis in India has reached epidemic proportions),’ Gandhi wrote on X. His comments follow a viral video showing a stampede-like situation during a job interview in Gujarat’s Bharuch. Gandhi referred to unemployment as a "disease" that has taken on epidemic proportions in India, highlighting the struggles faced by the youth in securing jobs. Gandhi’s remarks came after a viral video on social media showed a massive crowd of young job seekers gathered at Lord's Plaza Hotel in Bharuch’s Ankleshwar on Tuesday, July 9, after learning about ten vacancies at Thermax Company. The overwhelming number of applicants nearly caused stampede, resulting in a hotel railing breaking under pressure. Fortunately, no injuries were reported. Stampede-Like Situation During Job Interview in Bharuch: Massive Crowd of Youths Overwhelm Ankleshwar Hotel During Walk-in-Interview for 10 Vacancies, Video Surfaces.

Rahul Gandhi Reacts on Viral Video From Gujarat

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