BJP failed to fill central govt posts, we will give priority to fill 30 lakh posts: Beena Naik

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Panaji: Goa Pradesh Mahila Congress on Monday promised that they will give priority to fill vacant posts in the central government and will see that unemployed women also get the benefit of it if their party voted to power in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Mahila Congress President Beena Naik on Monday addressed a press conference in the Congress House and said that BJP failed to fill the vacant posts in central government.

Saligao Block President Eshika Mandrekar and Bicholim Block President
⁠Maria Joanita Souza were present.

“We promise to fill 30 lakh permanent government jobs for youth across the country if we come back to power. The BJP government failed to fill these posts, which deprived unemployed youths of the country,” Naik said.

She said that in Goa too many youths are unemployed, and BJP has failed to address the issue despite they promised during every election to provide jobs.

“During election, be it of local bodies, assembly or Lok Sabha, BJP leaders spoke with high numbers to provide jobs. They promised to give at least 50 thousand jobs during all these elections and after getting elected failed to provide jobs. Their guarantees have failed how they failed to provide free LPG cylinders,” Naik said.

Beena Naik said that in the second leg of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Rajasthan, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi after reaching the tribal-dominated Banswara region promised 30 lakh permanent government jobs for youth.

“Our Party is committed to help our unemployed youths by filling the vacant post in various departments of government, which BJP has failed. There are 10 lakh sanctioned posts that are vacant in Central Ministries and Departments,” She said.

” We will launch one-year apprenticeships with a private or a public sector company, prevent paper leaks, create a Rs. 5,000 crore corpus for start-ups, and work for the welfare of gig workers,” She said.

“Congress guarantees a new Right to Apprenticeship Act to provide a one-year apprenticeship with a private or a public sector company to every diploma holder or college graduate below the age of 25. We will ensure that they get Rs 1 lakh a year, which could be around Rs 8,500 per month. With this every qualifying person will get placement,” She said.

“Congress will create a Rs. 5,000 crore corpus, with allotments spread across all districts of the country for a period of five years. Youth below the age of 40 years can avail start-up funding for their business enterprises in any sector,” She said.

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