State government giving respect to talent of the youth: CM

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Monday said the state government is using the talent of the youth and connecting them with employment and is giving respect to their skills. Addressing a programme organised in Kulhi of Ormanjhi block where he inaugurated garment manufacturing units and gave away appointment letters he said that the last one and a half year has been challenging for the whole country and the world.

He said that for almost one and a half years, the activities in the state including the country and the world had come to a standstill. The problem was more severe in states where resources are limited he said adding that during the pandemic period, when people were locked in their homes, the state government was constantly engaged in contemplation and brainstorming and as soon as the cloud of lockdown started to dissipate the government made constant efforts to
expedite the activities.

He said that in event being held today, two thousand people are being linked with employment from one platform here which is an example of the preparations made during the pandemic period. It was the priority of the state government that as soon as the lockdown is over, a better framework should be made in relation to how to connect more and more people with employment so that people can be provided employment, he said adding that the scope of other employment-oriented activities including textile policy is being expanded in the state.

Hemant Soren said that there is no dearth of talented youth and women in the state but due to lack of proper platform, young men and women from here used to wander towards other states in search of employment. Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that the thinking of the government is to use the talent of the youth of the state and connect them with employment and give respect to their skills.

The Chief Minister said that it is the policy of the State Government to ensure that 75 percent of the manpower in various industrial institutions working in Jharkhand should be from the State. He said that work is being done to revive the activities related to the industry in the state. It is the priority of the government that maximum investment should be made in Jharkhand under the cooperation of the people and better policies of the state government he said adding that the state government is continuously working to move forward with a better action plan.

He said that it is a pleasure to inform that today with the inauguration of four textile companies, more than 2,000 people working in the textile sector are getting appointment letters. 95 percent of the employed people are from Jharkhand, in which 80 percent are women the Chief Minister said adding that women would be strong in the family, only then the coming generation would also be empowered.

The Chief Minister said that the State Government is moving ahead with a better action plan for women empowerment. In the coming days, the result of these action plans will definitely be seen among all he said and extended his best wishes to those who have planned to establish the textile industry here and have shared their innovative ideas with the government. He also congratulated and convey my best wishes to the young men and women who got the appointment letters.

On this occasion, Industries Secretary Pooja Singhal said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, the Industries Department is continuously focusing on employment-oriented schemes. As per the instructions of the Chief Minister, efforts are being made to bring such industries on the ground in which a maximum number of people can get employment she said adding that in the event two thousand people are getting employment from this platform, in which 80 per cent are women.

Women who received appointment letters also included women who were working in states like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala before the lockdown she said adding that the state government had assured them of employment in their villages or districts. She said that under the better textile policy, in the coming six months, 10,000 people working in the textile sector will get employment, all preparations have been made for it. On the occasion, Chief Minister Hemant Soren, symbolically distributed appointment letters among many girls.

The Chief Minister also took a tour of Kishore Exports Unit and got information related to production from the workers working there. Khijri MLA Rajesh Kachhap, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Rajiv Arun Ekka, Secretary to Chief Minister Vinay Kumar Choubey, Industries Secretary Pooja Singhal, Director Industries Jitendra Kumar Singh, Deputy Commissioner Ranchi Chhaviranjan, President Industrial Area Kulhi Association Deepak Agarwal, Director of Orient Craft Ltd Sudhir Dhingra, Ankur Trivedi, CEO, Arvind Textile Company and BN Jha, HR Head of Matrix Textile Company, along with other employers and young men and women who received appointment letters and other dignitaries were present.

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