Big Bihar Announcement: Backing his deputy’s ambitious promise of providing 10 lakh jobs to Bihar’s youth, state Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today went a step further and indicated that the total employment opportunities may eventually double the number. Speaking at the Independence Day celebrations at Patna’s Gandhi Maidan, Mr Kumar said the Rashtriya Janata Dal and Janata Dal (United) coalition government has a “concept of providing at least 10 lakh jobs and an additional 10 lakh “jobs” in the government.” Is. opportunities in various fields”.
Big Bihar Announcement
“We will do so much to create jobs and employment opportunities for the children of the state – both in government and outside – that if we are successful, we want to take this figure to 20 lakh,” he said. Said that the state government would work hard everywhere to ensure this.
Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has been repeatedly cornered over his poll promise of 10 lakh jobs, which he made while in opposition during the 2020 assembly elections. The young RJD leader had earlier said that his job promise was approved by the chief minister.
Tejashwi Yadav, who was proved right after a clear public announcement by the Chief Minister on his promise, said that this “huge announcement” made by the Chief Minister is a “real issue” that the media should pay attention to and both the parties work together to make it happen. Will work Happen.
10 Lakh Jobs, 20 Lakh Employment
After repeatedly quipped about his 10 lakh jobs promise, Mr Yadav had earlier posted a clip of himself answering the question with a shot at the BJP.
“It is a success that instead of Hindu-Muslim subjects, you are asking us about employment. I thank you, people who were sleeping and never asked about jobs, media has also woken up now. Isn’t it a success?” He said that.
“The BJP never fulfills its promise. We will fulfill our promises. And the question that you are asking casually that ‘when will you give 10 lakhs’, hasn’t the Chief Minister spoken about it in front of you today?” Mr. Yadav said two days ago.
“But ask them (BJP) what happened to the 2 crore [jobs that PM Narendra Modi promised every year in 2014]. And they remained in power for almost two years, did the BJP even 19 out of 19 lakh jobs Diya?” the Deputy Chief Minister had asked.
The new alliance of Mr Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) and Mr Yadav’s Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) took over the government in Bihar this week, after the JD(U) chief quit the BJP for the second time in nine years.