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‘5 lakhs jobs provided to J&K UT’

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, 23rd July: Expressing surprise at the central government’s assertion in Parliament regarding the creation of a large number of public and private sector jobs in Jammu and Kashmir, the JK Congress has requested the government to make the details public as the government’s big demand. seems misguided and wrong.
Seeking details of the central government’s claim to Parliament for 30,000 jobs in public sectors and 5 lakh in private sectors for J&K youths, the Congress said that the youths of Jammu and Kashmir are the worst victims of the policies of the BJP Govt, who played with the future of the youth.
Raising questions about the government figures placed in parliament, JKPCC Chief Spokesperson Ravinder Sharma has called on the mode of selections over the past two years to recruit such large numbers of young people, as claimed by the PSU from J&K.
The highest unemployment rate since Jammu and Kashmir’s independence was recorded, but the government surprised with public and private sector jobs figures after August 5, 2019.
The promises to fill 50,000 jobs after August 2019, within three months, was a big betrayal and the bogus job claims in government and private sector after 2019 are the worst joke with the youths of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said the government has failed to complete the selection of 8,500 class 4 positions in more than two years, while the PSI selections have been canceled due to blunders while the FAA selections are under scanner. , 3400 class IV positions are still pending, aspirants for various positions are on the streets, so how many jobs have actually been created and where do these numbers come from, as no major private sector has so far landed at J&K in recent years.
Apart from unemployed youths, daily wage workers like daily wagers, needs, contract workers, ad hoc, consolidated and other temporary employees have been on the streets for eight years, seeking to fulfill the commitments of the BJP leadership. regularizing their services, but the government is ruthless crushing their struggle, the spokesman added.

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