Tejaswi claims that 50,000 police, 3 lakh teachers and 50,000 professors are vacant in Bihar

Opposition leader Tejaswi Yadav said that if our government is formed in the state, apart from government jobs, our government will create large scale employment through industry, investment, tourism reform, etc. It further claimed that there are more than 50 vacancies for police personnel in the state. There are only 777 policemen per one lakh population and the national average of 144 policemen per one lakh population. The state has 1.226 lakh police and needs 1.722 lakh police.

Police have refused to hire police

It was alleged at a press conference at the party office here on Sunday that the government, claiming to control crime, had refused to appoint police. The recovery has not started till today. He said the education sector needs three lakh teachers. There are more than two and a half lakh permanent teacher posts vacant at primary and secondary level. About 50,000 professors are needed at the college and university level.

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Jay’s 66 66 percent position is vacant

He said 66 per cent of the posts of junior engineer are also vacant in the state. About 75,000 engineers are needed in road construction, water resources, building construction, energy and other departments. State President Jagdananda Singh and MLA Bhola Yadav were also present.

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