Haryana to walk in the path of YS Jagan - 75% jobs for local youth
Ofcourse the chief minister of Andhrapradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy may be the junior in politics than many leaders in India and he may be the first time chief minister but he is laying paths and the senior leaders, chief ministers of other states are following his ideology. AP government has made a mandatory for industrialists and investors who wish to put their units and firms here should give 75 percent of jobs to local youth. Later Katnataka has followed the same norms and made it mandatory in the state. Now the Haryana also proposed the same bill to provide 75 % of jobs to locals.
A draft of ordinance to provide 75 per cent reservation in jobs in private sector for the residents of Haryana was passed by the state Cabinet. The ordinance will be approved in the next meeting, a state government said.
The quota was promised by Jannayak Janata Party chief Dushyant Chautala before the 2019 state assembly election. His newly formed party went on to win 10 seats and later formed an alliance with the BJP to form the government in the state. Mr Chautala was appointed the deputy Chief Minister.
Chautala, who moved the proposal in the meeting chaired by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, said when enacted, the law will have stringent rules for industries and firms that will try to hide information regarding employees.
He said the companies not registering to the portal will face punishment under section 3 of what he called Haryana State Employment to Local Candidates bill. He said under the upcoming law, employment providers with more than 10 employees in its premises would be covered. These rules would apply to recruitment after the date of notification of this ordinance. This decision would definitely help the local youth to get their jobs in their native districts.