29 Apr 2020, 09:03 am By Rohit Sindhu
Ex-CM rebukes Haryana Govt over hold on new Jobs, aspirants' future on stake said BS Hooda

Ex-CM Bhupendra Singh Hooda rebukes Haryana Government over its decision on Govt jobs in state. BS Hooda raised questions over BJP-JJP government and suggested to not play with future of state Govt jobs aspirants. The response of Ex-CM came just a day after Haryana Government's decision to halt new bhartis in state for one year, to curb the loss due to lockdown.

Haryana Government on Monday decided to put hold on new Government jobs in Haryana state. Manohar Lal Khattar & Dushyant Chautala led coalition Government has put a hold on new jobs at state level for one year.

Ex-CM rebukes Govt over hold on New Jobs

Marking the current un-employment rate in Haryana state and predicted increase after Covid19 pandemic, Ex-CM rebuked the decision to put hold on new jobs. Holding new opportunities for state youth will only lead disaster, as unemployment rate already on peak, said Ex-CM. In his message Bhupendra Singh Hooda also brought into highlights the future of students and lacs of aspirants who prepare for HSSC, HPSC & other exams. ‘By putting hold on new jobs in state, lacs of aspirants will become over-age, Government should also think in this direction,’ said BS Hooda.

Former Chief Minister also mocked the Government's decision as Govt is abruptly moving un-knowingly in opposite direction. ‘Govt on one hand said All-is-Well in state in Video Conference meeting with Prime Minister and on other hand is taking steps which havnt taken by any govt even Maharashta where Covid19 cases are highest. Current Haryana Government is playing with future of aspirants & it shouldn’t.

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What purpose HSSC/ HPSC serve?

In his message BS Hooda also raised questions over role and responsibilities of Haryana Public Service Commission and Haryana Staff Selection Commission. What purpose these Commissions will serve for one year, if no new government job is being raised. No means of their salaries and allowances for One year, said Bhupendra Singh Hooda.

On Monday CM Manihar Lal Khattar announced to of hold on new jobs in state to compensate loss due to Coronavirus lockdown. Govt however clarified that old recruitments to keep continuing including of HSSC & HPSC, for one year no new job to be generated & additional Dearness Allowances will also not facilitated to Govt employees.

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