This Diwali, PM’s “Gift” to 75,000 young people across the country
In this one-of-a-kind Diwali celebration, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will “offer” jobs to 75,000 young people across the country. The prime minister will interact with young people via videoconference on Saturday, two days before Diwali, sources said.
Appointment letters will be given to 75,000 young people working in government ministries and agencies.
The jobs will be distributed among the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of Railways, the Postal Service, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Labor and Employment, the Central Industrial Security Force, the Central Bureau of Investigation, customs and the bank. goods, etc.
Union ministers will also participate in the program from different cities around the country.
Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan will be joined from Odisha, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya from Gujarat, Communications and Information Minister Anurag Thakur from Chandigarh, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal from Maharashtra, Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnav from Rajasthan , Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman from Tamil Nadu, Heavy Industry Minister Mahendra Pandey from Uttar Pradesh, Tribal Minister Arjun Munda from Jharkhand, and Panchayati Minister Raj Giriraj Singh from Bihar.
Other ministers will also participate from different cities and all BJP MPs will join the program from their parliamentary constituencies.
In the face of widespread criticism of the dwindling employment figures, Prime Minister Modi announced in June this year that 100,000 jobs would be created in the next 18 months.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi then spoke out at the Centre, saying it was a government of “maha jumlas”.
Recalling the promise made before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s poll in 2014, the leader of the National Assembly said the new announcement of giving 100,000 jobs in the government was similar to the promise to provide two jobs for the people. released 8 years ago.
Opposition parties have relentlessly attacked the BJP and Prime Minister Modi, accusing them of “sabotaging” the economy, leading to unemployment. Employment has been a major polling scheme in the state and Lok Sabha elections.