Haryana Cabinet Approves the proposal to bring ordinance for reservation in private sector jobs

The Haryana Cabinet approved a proposal to bring an ordinance to provide 75 percent reservation to the youth of the state in private sector jobs. The draft ordinance will be placed before the Council of Ministers in the next meeting. Jannayak Janata Party of Dushyant Chautala, an alliance partner in the state with BJP, had promised to provide 75 percent reservation to the youth of the state, mainly in private sector jobs in elections.

An official statement said that the Cabinet meeting led by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar approved the proposal to draft the 'Haryana State Local Candidate Employment Ordinance, 2020', making the problem of unemployment of local youth a priority Can be finished on the basis.

under the draft ordinance to be presented before the Council of Ministers in the next meeting, various privately managed companies, committees, trusts, limited liability partnership firms, partnerships. 75% of jobs in firms with less than Rs. 50 thousand per month salary will be given to local youth. The employer, however, will have the option of appointing only 5 per cent of the 5 local candidates from a district.

Provision of exemption will also be available if suitable candidates are not found in a particular category of industry. After the meeting, Chautala said, "Today is a historic day for the youth of Haryana because now it will be mandatory for private sector industries and companies to give 75 percent jobs to the youth of Haryana." He said that BJP JJP government is committed to the employment of youth.