YSRCP Govt. Provided 6.16 lakh jobs, says Andhra Pradesh CM

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that his government has brought revolutionary reforms to promote self-employment.

“Our record in providing employment in the public sector is unparalleled. There are 3.97 lakh jobs in the public sector in the state, of which 34,108 jobs were created during the tenure of the TDP. We have created 2.06 lakh jobs, which means we have created half of the total jobs in the last three years,” Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy said during a debate on industrial development in the Assembly on Monday.

The Chief Minister said that the government has provided 37,908 jobs on contract basis and 3.71 lakh jobs have been provided in the outsourcing sector. “We have provided 6.16 lakh jobs on regular, contract and outsourcing basis,” he said.

Highlighting that the YSRCP government has introduced decentralized governance through village and ward secretariats, Shri Jagan Mohan Reddy said, “We have provided 1.25 lakh jobs in secretariats, of which 85% are BC, SC and ST category candidates are given. Apart from this, 51,387 employees of RTC have been brought under the direct purview of the government. We have filled 16,880 regular posts in Medical and Health Department, 6,360 posts in Education Department. Till now, we have provided 2.06 lakh regular jobs,” the chief minister said.

He further said that Andhra Pradesh Outsourcing Corporation has been formed to eliminate corruption in recruitment. Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy said, “Despite all this, the opposition and its friendly media houses are making up stories on unemployment.”

Stating that the government is committed to promote self-employment, Shri Jagan Mohan Reddy said that welfare schemes like YSR Vahan Mitra have provided financial assistance to 2.75 lakh families, while under Jagannath, washermen, tailors, barbers etc. assistance is being provided. Chedodu scheme.

In addition, the government has tied up with big companies like Hindustan Lever, ITC, Procter & Gamble and Amul to provide training and support to self-employed women. Under YSR Cheyutha, an annual financial assistance of ₹18,500 is being provided to women.

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“I want those who are watching politics closely, to tell the younger generation about the evil plans of Mr. Naidu. When people are happy they get angry. Shri Naidu never worked for the welfare of the people. Children from marginalized communities feel sad when they study in English medium. They are angry because we pledge decentralized development,” said Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy.

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