Rozgar Diwas celebrated annually, but not no outsourced employee regularized: Bhargava

Bhopal: The MP government has been celebrating Rozgar Diwas with great enthusiasm for the last 5 years, but out of the 25 lakh 83 thousand registered unemployed of the state registered on the employment panel, not a single one got regular employment at grade-3 or below in the last 5 years and neither were the experienced contract and outsourced employees working for many years in various government departments, undertakings and power sector of MP regularized. In this regard, Provincial Convener of All Department Outsource Joint Sangharsh Morcha Manoj Bhargava and General Secretary Dinesh Sisodia appealed to the Chief Minister to regularize the contract workers of the state as per the Assembly Election BJP Manifesto 2013 and immediately issue orders regarding giving contract appointment to outsourced employees of the state by implementing the promise shown on page number-81 of Assembly Election BJP Sankalp Patra 2023.

Bhargava says that in the last 5 years from 2018 to 2023, 51 thousand government recruitments were made in MP through the Employee Selection Board (ESB), in which 82 lakh youth appeared in the examination, out of which even after the results of 30 thousand recruitments were released, not a single appointment has been given to the post of Grade-3 or below. Vacancies were released for posts like Sub Engineer, Kisan Kalyan Officer, Data Entry Operator, Steno Typist, Staff Nurse, Pharmacist, Patwari, Para Medical Staff, Police Constable, Excise Constable, Jail Guard, Forest Guard, Primary-Middle-High School Teacher, but not giving jobs to lakhs of candidates even after taking written examination, fitness, eligibility test is a matter of surprise. Bhargava has appealed to the Chief Minister to fulfil the promise of the BJP government by running a special campaign in the state to fill the vacant regular posts of class III and IV through contract-outsourced workers working in the state, otherwise the workers will be forced to protest.

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