More jobs, 80% employment quota: Arvind Kejriwal promises Uttarakhand
The Aam Aadmi party has pledged unemployment benefit and an 80 percent job quota for Uttarakhand residents if the party comes to power after parliamentary elections in Hill State next year.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who also heads the Aam Aadmi or AAP party, made the promises today during a visit to Uttarakhand. Mr Kejriwal’s visit to Uttarakhand is in line with his party’s stated goal of becoming a long-term national power, for which the party – whose roots are firmly rooted in Delhi – should fight elections in every state every year. times as possible.
Mr. Kejriwal has promised a monthly allowance of 5,000 rupees to an unemployed person from each family until he finds a job. He said the AAP government will create at least a lakh of jobs.
“Unlike others, we do as we say. We will keep all of our promises. If we say we will give free electricity to farmers 24/7 or give 300 units of electricity for free, we think so. We did it in Delhi, and we will do it here, “Kejriwal said.
He pledged to reserve 80 percent of jobs in private and government offices for the people of Uttarakhand. A separate ministry will also be created to control unemployment and migration, Kejriwal said.
“Successive Uttarakhand governments have been devoid of good intentions and only plundered its resources,” Kejriwal said.
को बेहतर शिक्षा, स्वास्थ्य, बिजली-पानी, रोज़गार जैसी सुविधाओं और खुशहाल ज़िंदगी देने के संकल्प को लेकर देवभूमि की पावन धरती पर उत्तराखंड के अपने भाई-बहनों के “तिरंगा संकल्प यात्रा” का हिस्सा बना। pic.twitter.com/5oz8Pk1PIk
– Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 19, 2021
“When we came to power in Delhi in 2015, we were asked where were we going to bring the money to keep the commitments we made to the people. But we turned a deficit budget into a profitable one. in four years, corruption and everything else followed, ”Kejriwal said.
Mr Kejriwal called on people to vote for Colonel Ajay Kothiyal (retired) and give him a chance to lead Uttarakhand.