The Nirudyoga March began in Warangal and will soon affect the KCR government, according to BJP State president Bandi Sanjay. He accused the government of playing with the lives of 30 lakh unemployed youth and making a mockery of their future. Bandi demanded that the government announce Rs 1 lakh compensation to candidates whose TSPSC examinations were cancelled due to paper leaks. He also asked why the Chief Minister had not reacted to the leak and called for an investigation by a sitting High Court judge.
Bandi criticized the government’s nonchalant approach to unemployment and demanded they announce a job calendar and unemployment allowance. He stated that if the BJP was voted to power, they would fill all vacant posts and continue their protests against the BRS Government. The next Nirudyoga March will be held in Mahabubnagar on April 21, followed by similar rallies in all district headquarters before a Million March in Hyderabad.