PM Modi: Good news for the unemployed! Modi government will give jobs to 10 lakh people in next one and a half year

Publish Date: 14 Jun, 2022 |

The PM Modi government has tightened its gear on the issue of employment. In the next one and a half years, the central government is going to give jobs to 10 lakh people. According to the information given by the PMO, within one and a half years, 1.5 lakh posts can be recruited in many central government departments.

Information given on social media

Giving information in this regard from the PMO India account, it has been tweeted, 'PM Narendra Modi has reviewed the human resources in all the ministries and departments.Along with this, he has ordered the government that in the next one and a half years, it should be worked in mission mode and 10 lakh people should be recruited.

In cities like Patna, Allahabad, youth have demonstrated for railway recruitment.Attacking the Modi government, has often accused it of not being able to provide employment.Especially due to the slowdown in the growth rate of the economy during the period of demonetisation, GST and then Corona, job opportunities in the private sector are not coming out much.In such a situation, this announcement of the Modi government is great news for the youth who are seeking government jobs.

Opposition on the announcement

Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said – After eating nine hundred rats, the cat went to Haj. Democracy has been trampled in this country. Unemployment has increased historically. For how long will the PM continue to use Twitter?” Along with this, Surjewala tweeted and said- "Promised to provide 2 crore jobs every year, 16 crore jobs to be given in 8 years. Now they are saying that by 2024 only 10 lakh jobs will be given. 60 lakh posts are lying vacant only in the governments, 30 lakh posts are lying vacant in the central government. For how long?” ,


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