Haryana: Local youth to get 75% reservation in private jobs, Governor gives approval

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Haryana: On Tuesday, Governor Satyadev Nayaran Arya gave his consent to a 75 percent jobs bill for the youth of Haryana in the private sector of the state. State Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that the process of further notifications will be done soon and the bill will move forward.

Giving information about this, Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said, “I am very happy to share with you that after the approval of His Excellency the Governor, ‘The Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Act, 2020’ is completed from today. Implemented in Haryana, making 75% of jobs in the private sector reserved for the youth of Haryana. ”

Last year, in the month of November, the Haryana Legislative Assembly passed a bill granting 75 percent reservation in the private jobs of the state to the people of Haryana. Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana and leader of Jananayak Janata Party (JJP) Dushyant Chautala gave this information by tweeting.

He wrote that our promise to lakhs of youths of Haryana has been fulfilled today. Now 75% of all private jobs in the state will be from Haryana’s youth. This moment, which came exactly one year after becoming part of the government, is emotional for me. I always wish to serve you with the inspiration of Jannayak and with your support, this is my wish.

At the same time, the draft of the ordinance related to it was approved by the Haryana government’s cabinet in July last year. The Deputy Chief Minister of the state, Dushyant Chautala, had put the ordinance in front of the cabinet to make mandatory recruitment of 75 percent of the local youths in private jobs in the state, which was later passed.
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