Santosh Gangwar's shocking statement on unemployment, 'youth do not have merit' | Oneindia Hindi
new Delhi. On the completion of 100 days of the Narendra Modi government, Union Labor and Employment Minister Santosh Gangwar has questioned the qualifications of the people of North India in the IVRI auditorium of Bareilly. Santosh Gangwar said that there is no lack of jobs in the country, there is lack of qualifications among the people of North India. Officials coming here to recruit for jobs tell that the position they want. They do not get that ability. Due to this statement of Gangwar, a ruckus in political corridors is believed to be fixed.
The minister says that we work to look after this ministry. So, I am aware that there is no shortage of employment in the country. There is a lot of employment. Apart from the employment office, our ministry is also monitoring it. There is no problem of employment, rather companies who come to give employment say that those youth do not have merit. The point of recession is understandable, but there is no lack of employment.
He said that through the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana and many other schemes, the government has tried to make small traders into big entrepreneurs. Which has created employment opportunities in the country. The central government is committed to providing drinking water to every household by 2024. Out of 18 crore families in rural areas, only three crore 52 lakh families are getting drinking water from tap.
Muslim women express their happiness
Santosh Gangwar said that the Modi government has made a record by passing a number of bills in one session of Parliament. 35 bills were passed in the monsoon session. The removal of Article 370 and the triple talaq bill are milestones in parliamentary history. Santosh said, 'Whenever I go out. Muslim women shake hands with me. With the passing of three divorce bills, he has got the honor to live with respect. She expresses happiness with folded hands. '
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