“There are 30-40 lakh educated unemployed youth in the state. With every unemployed person five members are associated. That means 50% of the total 5.26 crore voters will be influenced by the unemployed youth,” Yadav said.
Yadav said that he had been struggling on ground for 11 years and eight months to fight for granting jobs to the unemployed.
“Now I will try to become part of system and voice the right of unemployed in assembly. That's the reason I will contest assembly elections,” he said.
Yadav said that he has not yet decided on whose ticket he will contest the election.
“In 2013, youth supported BJP and it came to power. In 2018, Congress came back to power riding on youth. We will support that party who thinks about us,” Yadav said.
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