Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar has assured that state government is working to assure one permanent job to atleast one member of the each family in the state. Chief Minister while speaking on the occassion of foundational ceremony at Fatehabad said that Government is collecting family data and nearly 55 percent data has been collected.
According to the ML Khattar, Haryana government is eying to facilitate one permanent job in each family, to help the better nourishment of the family. State Govt is collecting the data of all family members across the state, there are 60 lakh families in the state and to provide one permanent employment opportunity is the aim of the state government, CM Manohar Lal Khattar added.
On Saturday, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar was speaking on the occassion of foundation stone ceremony in Fatehabad district. The announcement comes amid state government was being targetted of spike in un-employment rate speacially after Covid crises.
State Govt had announced Parivar Pehchan Patra scheme under which the whole data of a particular family to be compiled in a single card. The data would be stored by the state government with an aim to facilitate state govt launched beneficiary schemes. The Chief Minister himself launched Parivar Pehchan Patra scheme in state to maintain records of the state dwellers.
Government is collecting the data of all 60 lakh families ensuring that one member of each family gets permanent employment. Haryana Govt has started collecting data through the generation of "Parivaar Pehchan Patra" across the state.