Hitting again on the Centre for “failing” in its promise to present two crore jobs yearly, as dedicated earlier than the 2014 polls, the BJD MLAs marched from the state meeting to the Raj Bhavan to submit a memorandum to the President of India via governor Ganeshi Lal.
“If two crore jobs would have been provided every year, more than 10 crore youths could have been appointed by the central government and in this Odisha could at least have a share of 50 lakh youths employed in different central government jobs,” stated BJD chief Sanjay Das Burma.
Before knocking the governor’s door, the ruling get together raised the difficulty within the state meeting as each the Congress and BJP legislators tried to disrupt meeting proceedings over varied points forcing speaker PK Amat to adjourn the home for an hour.
As lack of job opportunities for the youths may very well be a serious challenge within the forthcoming meeting and basic elections, all main events strive to outsmart one another on the difficulty. Congress president Rahul Gandhi has not too long ago criticized each the state and central governments over widespread unemployment in Odisha.
The BJD leaders accused the BJP of spreading misinformation on job opportunities in Odisha as an alternative of making employment alternative for the youth.
The ruling get together has claimed that the state authorities has appointed almost a lakh youths immediately in several authorities jobs and created employment opportunities for almost 15 lakh youths within the micro, small and medium enterprises and trade sector.
Criticizing the Centre of utilizing pure assets of the state via its PSUs, the BJD stated there was hardly any occasion of appointing the aspiring youths of Odisha in any of its PSUs in seen numbers.
“Let the BJP government say as to how many youths of Odisha have been given appointment during the last five years,” stated BJD chief Rohit Pujari.
Criticizing the BJD leaders, chief of opposition Narasingha Mishra stated that they had urged the speaker to provoke discussions on unemployment and farmers’ points.
“Had the government taken any interest to listen to the grievances of farmers, there would have been no stalemate in the assembly. We believe, this is a lifeless government,” Mishra stated.
BJP chief Rabi Naik stated the state authorities has failed in offering correct talent growth coaching to the youths of the state which may very well be a serious purpose behind lack of employment opportunities in Odisha.