Maha Jumla Rahul Gandhi Tweets: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given this direction after reviewing the staff strength in all government departments and ministries, his office said.
Congress’s Rahul Gandhi, on lunch break from being questioned by the Enforcement Directorate, took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who directed central ministries and various departments to make fresh recruits in “mission mode” and provide jobs to at least 10 lakh youth. Have given. People in the next year and a half. The government today also announced a radical recruitment scheme for the armed forces under which 45,000 people would be recruited.
Maha Jumla Rahul Gandhi Tweets: The Centre’s decision comes amid sharp criticism from the opposition on the issue of rising unemployment.
“Just as 8 years ago youth were promised 2 crore jobs every year, now it is the turn of 10 lakh government jobs. Experts not in doing, but in making ‘news’ on jobs,” read a rough translation of Mr Gandhi’s Hindi tweet.
His office said that this instruction from the Prime Minister has come after reviewing the staff strength in all government departments and ministries.
Maha Jumla Rahul Gandhi Tweets: Prime Minister’s Office tweeted today, “PM reviews human resource position in all departments and ministries and directed that the government should recruit 10 lakh people in mission mode in the next 1.5 years.”
There are vacancies in many government departments. They will be filled under the newly announced scheme and eligible people will get new employment opportunity.
The Union Home Ministry said that it has taken steps to fill up the vacant posts in its various departments as per the instructions of PM Modi.
Under the Agneepath scheme, around 45,000 people in the age group of 17.5 years to 21 years will be inducted into the armed forces for a tenure of four years. Recruitment will start within the next 90 days and the first batch will be ready by July 2023.
Mr Gandhi is being questioned for the second day in a row by the Enforcement Directorate in an alleged money laundering case in connection with the National Herald newspaper. The agency questioned him for over 10 hours yesterday.