Instead of giving employment BJP-JJP made Youth unemployed
Chandigarh, (Aditi) – President, Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee, Kumari Selja said that the BJP-JJP formed government on the pretext of providing jobs to the youth, but instead of giving employment, it made them unemployed. The government beat the slogan of giving jobs, but could not provide employment to a single youth. This is the reason that today the unemployment rate of the state has reached 29 percent, whereas the government is saying that they have given jobs to lakhs of youth.
In a statement issued here today, Kumari Selja said that in this era of Corona epidemic, where the government should have given employment to the unemployed, this government has already made thousands of youths sit at homes by canceling seven recruitments. Besides in two years, various recruitments for 30000 posts are stuck. These recruitment are stuck due to no examination and not declaring the results. More than five lakh youth have applied for these recruitment, she added.
Kumari Selja said that 50,000 youth of the state, who are seeking government jobs, have become overaged. Now, the government should tell where these youth should go. She said that this BJP-JJP government only presented jumlas in the name of giving jobs and attained power, now when it comes to giving jobs, the government is trying to scare the youth by making new excuses.
Kumari Selja said that the anti-employment intention of the government can be gauged from the fact that the posts of JE Electrical are vacant for a long time, yet the selected candidates are not being given appointment.
Kumari Selja said that the intention of the alliance government is clearly visible that it does not want to roll out recruitment for permanent posts, and if rolled out, it wants to keep them halted.
Kumari Selja said that a big scenario of unemployment has come to light in seven industrial areas of the state. According to news reports, about 2 lakh workers have lost their jobs. In this era of Corona epidemic, workers have lost their jobs and the government did not take any steps for their employment.