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Haryana CM Announces 50,000 New Jobs in the State

June 09, 2024 03:54 PM
Haryana CM Announces 50,000 New Jobs in the State

The present State Government has been unparalleled in honoring and respecting the youth
Youth are securing government jobs without any 'Kharchi-Parchi' (bribery and favoritism), which was prevalent in previous administrations
Punjab Newsline, Chandigarh-
In a significant announcement for the youth of the state, Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Nayab Singh, revealed today that recruitment for 50,000 posts across various categories will be initiated soon. In addition to this, Group-D jobs will also be made available to the youth. This announcement comes as part of the government's ongoing efforts to provide employment opportunities and support the aspirations of the younger generation in Haryana.
Interacting with the media persons after administering the oath of office to Sh. Himmat Singh, the new Chairman of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) at Haryana Niwas here today, the Chief Minister emphasized the continuation of a transparent recruitment system for government jobs.

Commitment to Merit-Based Recruitment
The CM highlighted that the present State Government has been unparalleled in honoring and respecting the youth and soon the government is going to provide 50,000 new job opportunities. He stressed that during its tenure, the Government has given jobs purely on a merit basis without any discrimination, and this transparent recruitment process will continue in the future.
“It is a matter of pride that the youth's faith in the Government's functioning has increased as they are securing government jobs without any 'Kharchi-Parchi' (bribery and favoritism), which was prevalent in previous administrations,” he stated.

Pleading for Socio-Economic Criteria in the Supreme Court
When asked about the recent Punjab and Haryana High Court judgment on awarding additional 5 marks under socio-economic criteria for Group C and D category posts, Chief Minister Nayab Singh noted that the earlier bench of the Hon’ble Court had appreciated this criterion intended to benefit those from poor families. However, the subsequent bench may have a different perspective.
“The State Government is committed to safeguarding the interests of the candidates. We will soon present this matter to the Hon'ble Supreme Court and strongly advocate for it to ensure justice for the youth,” he asserted. The Chief Minister explained that the socio-economic criteria were introduced to provide opportunities for members of poor families who do not have any government jobs. He criticized previous governments before 2014 for neglecting such families.

Response to Opposition’s Propaganda
In response to another question, CM accused Congress leaders of misleading the public with false propaganda on this issue. He claimed that Congress leaders are instigating the youth by declaring that their future is bleak, whereas, in reality, it is the future of Congress that is in darkness.

 
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