Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar hinted against bringing a legislation to reserve 75 per cent of private sector jobs in the state for local youths, a key poll promise of the BJP’s coalition partner the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP).Talking to reporters in the evening after chairing a Cabinet meeting here, Khattar said as per existing rules, giving 75 per cent jobs to local youths is a pre-condition for any CLU (Change of Land Use).”But the only thing is that so far we don’t have a mechanism for its enforcement. For enforcement of this mechanism, we will sit and decide how to work this out,” he said.Close The chief minister said data has been sought from the private industry on the number of jobs going to local youths. related news Shiv Sena equates ‘ungrateful’ BJP with Muhammad Ghori’s ‘treachery’ ED attaches Rs 21.96-cr assets in NH-74 widening scam case VHP to launch campaign to reach out to MPs on citizenship bill “We have sought data from industry to see what is the actual position. Out of the number of people engaged as unskilled labour, skilled labour and semi-skilled labour, we will see how many are from Haryana and how many… Read full this story
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