The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has said that the state government would offer about 10,000 jobs to youngsters every year. Efforts are being made to fill up about 50,000 vacant posts in the state out of which 30,000 posts have already been advertised.
Addressing a largely attended Vikas rally organised by Ladwa MLA, Dr. Pawan Saini, at Ladwa in Kurukshetra district, today, the Chief Minister said, “But if we factor in reservation in these jobs, only 20 or 30 youngsters would get government jobs in each Assembly constituency. Therefore, youth should focus on launching self-employment ventures and look for jobs in private organisations”, he added.
Reiterating his resolve not to tolerate corruption, Mr Manohar Lal said that the state government would take action against corrupt officers and employees even at block and tehsil level. “If any person gives information about corrupt officers and employees even at mid-night, the government would promptly take action”, he said.
Efforts are being made to fulfil the promises and resolutions made by both the state government and the Central Government. With a view to bringing transparency, admissions in schools have been linked with Aadhaar Card. With the adoption of this procedure, four lakh admissions were found fake due to which, the government had to close 350 schools. Apart about 450 B.Ed colleges in the state which were only giving degrees.