UP Elections 2017: Not Religion Or Caste, Bareilly Votes For Jobs | Read

PUBLISHED ON: February 14, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 20 sec

  
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Ravi Singh Rawat expected to land a white-collar job once he graduated. But the student of economics who spoke fluent English, found jobs were not easy to come by. After three years of futile search, the 24-year-old ended up working in a small motorcycle repair shop in Bareilly's Civil Lines. "I was one of the brightest in my class but there are no jobs... I don't like doing this, but I have a family to feed. I had to do something," he said, staring at his grease-stained hands and dirty work clothes.
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