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Haryana Congress chief in BJP-JJP government

Haryana Congress chief Kumari Selja on Monday accused the BJP-JJP government of “hiding its failures” under the guise of providing 75% reservation in the private sector to job seekers from the state.

“To hide its failures, the government is only pretending to give 75% reservation to local youth in new jobs in the private sector. Neither the youth nor the people running the industry are happy with the decision. This government has cheated the people again.

“The farmer-friendly BJP and JJP MLAs next to the Independents should voice their conscience on the no-confidence motion brought by the Congress party in the Assembly on March 10 and support the no-confidence motion in this decisive battle of the peasants. ”

Ms Shailaja said the government’s provision is that if the company does not find skilled workers at the local level, they can hire from outside. “In this way, any industry can deprive local youths of jobs. Also, “why not give quota in jobs with a salary of more than 50,000 per month,” he asked.

Ms. Shailaja said that the ground reality in Haryana is that there are no jobs in the private sector. “Industries are suffering. Unemployment is the highest for the last several months. Far from giving new jobs, the jobs of those who have been working for years are also being snatched away. This is happening due to the wrong and failed policies of this government. ”

He alleged that law and order under the BJP-JJP government has completely collapsed. “Crime statistics show that the BJP-JJP government only believes in hollow slogans. Atrocities on women are increasing. Governments proved to be a complete failure in their containment. ”

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