The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) is holding a mammoth "Yuva Kranti Rally" in the Capital on 9th August, 2008 -- commemorating the anniversary of the historic "August Kranti" movement to oust British rule from India – to expose the ill-deeds of the UPA government. Lakhs of youth from across the country will assembly at Ram Lila grounds in New Delhi. At this Yuva Kranti Rally BJYM Workers shall pledge ouster of this insensitive Congress let UPA govt. from centre.
Soft peddling on jehadi terrorism, unashamed minority appeasement policies, sitting over the Supreme Court judgment sentencing Afzal Guru, putting aam admi into the vicious inflation trap, ignorant about indias youths future, tremendous stress, non-focused approach towards youth, growing unemployment, showing extreme haste in signing the Indo-US nuclear deal, murder of parliamentary democratic etiquettes apathy towards farmers and agriculture, shelving various developmental activities of national interest initiated by the NDA government, UPA's "total arrogance" towards the people of the country, indulging in unprincipled opportunistic political alliances, institutionalizing corruption the BJYM is convinced that the UPA government should not stay in office any longer in the interest of the nation.
BJYM has taken a very serious view towards the ignorant attitude adopted by the Congress let UPA Govt. towards the sensitivity of the majority community of India. BJYM warns that Shiv Who is called "Bhole" is being misunderstood by the name and thereby warns central govt. to stop playing with the sentiments of the people of India. BJYM demands that central govt. should immediately enter into direct dialogue with the Amarnath Shangharsh Samiti spearheading the agitation.
The BJYM is convinced that this government cannot talk of a single achievement or a visible contribution to the country except for price rise, non serious, attitude towards terror control and hurting the sentiments of the majority community at periodic intervals.
BJP senior leader Shri Lal Krishna Advani, BJP national president Shri Rajnath Singh, former president Shri M Venkaiah Naidu, Deputy Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Smt. Sushma Swaraj, BJP general secretaries Shri Arun Jaitley, Shri Ananth Kumar, Deputy Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Shri Vijay Kumar Malhotra, BJP Delhi state president Dr. Harshvardhan.