Dushyant Chautala made it clear that after about 8 rounds of meeting, the Haryana government has passed this law. Suggestions were also sought for this.
Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala.
A new law is going to be implemented in Haryana from May 1, according to which local youth will get about 75 percent of their jobs in jobs. Now 75% of all jobs will be given to the people of the state by the state government. Whether those jobs are in old industries or in new industries. Three out of four jobs will now come to the youth of Haryana. Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala gave this information on Friday.
Dushyant Chautala made it clear that after about 8 rounds of meeting, the Haryana government has passed this law (Govt Pass Law After 8 Round Meeting). Suggestions were also sought for this. The deputy CM said that about a week ago, a meeting was held with industrial associations and big businessmen of the state. He also said that no law is perfect from day one. There is scope for improvement in all. He said that the government has received many suggestions regarding reforms.
Government considering suggestions
Deputy CM said that in the suggestion it has been said that the pay grade of JE in the government job should be reduced by Rs. 50 thousand. He said that the government will consider it. He said that many people have also suggested that technical posts in business and private institutions should be kept out of this act. The Deputy CM made it clear that such a provision already exists in this Act.
Talking about the farmers, Dushyant Chautala said that the government’s goal is to get the farmers the right price for their crops on time. The crop money should go directly to the farmers’ account. The deputy CM said that the farmers will buy wheat and mustard crop sarkara. There will be no negligence in this. If any negligence is found, strict action will be taken against the officer concerned.
If the money is not received on time, the farmers will get interest
Dushyant Chautala said that the priority of the government is to ensure the purchase of registered farmers on the day of calling. So that farmers do not have problems. The day the farmers reached the crop center, their crops should be purchased on the same day. He said that the crop of farmers is being purchased by the government at about 500 procurement centers in Haryana. It is estimated that 80 lakh metric tonnes of wheat crop will be purchased.
Deputy CM said that when the farmers reach the market to sell the crop and fill the form, within 40 hours of that, they will be paid the price of their crop. If the farmer does not get the price of his crop for 72 hours, then the government will be given 9 percent interest on the money.
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