By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Apr 02, 2020 11:08 IST
New Govt May Accept These Demands- Minimum Wages /Pension Hike & Nearby Centers

The Newly formed BJP+JJP Government shall likely accept the demands made in their respective manifestos including Minimum wages for un-employed youth, Old Age pension hike and more likely on Haryana Govt Jobs Examination strategies. The Manoharlal Khattar & Dushyant Chautala joint Govt seems bound to make new changes, new strategies in various sectors as the Assembly elections result led the Khattar Govt Ministers’defeat. The new Govt may form a criteria bound approach in Haryana HSSC/ HPSC & other Govt Department Exams to offer nearby Exam Centres, as the long pending demand raised by Students before elections. 

New Govt in Haryana may Accept These Demands

BJP and JJP both parties have mutually formed the new Government in Haryana, as the Assembly elections result 24th, October gave the stats. But now for both the political parties as they said in their manifestos, it has become very important to implement the promises including hike in Old Age Pensions, Minimum wages for Employees, Full Time electricity in Villages and local reservation in Govt Exams. The synergy between their Manifestos is going to be seen thoroughly as both the parties made promises before the elections. 

New Policy on Govt Jobs / Govt Exams

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The Another Important aspect in Haryana is Govt Jobs & Govt Exams. The new government is bound to make new implementations, changes and new policies including ease to students to not move hundreds of Kilometres for taking Govt Exams. As per new report – Haryana Board also pitched that HTET centres of exam will be within few kilometres radius. 

Earlier CM Manohar Lal Khattar also briefed about the new policy which likely to be adopted by Haryana Govt in future. The policy will deal with an Eligibility Test shall be conducted before filling forms for Govt Jobs & Candidates scoring less in Govt Job exams, also to be provided employment in other sectors/ private companies. Haryana could be the first state of its kind who would implement this policy in Govt Exams.

What will be the Pension for Old Age People in Haryana

The old age pension likely to be hiked from recent 1800 per month to 3000 per month as the JJP Party said in its manifesto. The increase in Old Age pension in Haryana shall likely take place soon after government formation or may be accepted from Financial Year 2020, all now depend on New Government. 

Minimum Wages in Private Sector/ For Unemployed-

JJP Party Promises

New Government likely to hike the minimum wages of Private & unskilled labours as both the parties mentioned in their promise letters before elections. 

May be there is an announcement regarding the monthly wages for Unemployed youth of Haryana. Govt may hike the minimum wages for unemployed Inter, Graduate, Post Graduate and PhD research degree holders.

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