Vacancies in Jharkhand will be filled soon: CM Hemant Soren
Chief Minister Hemant Soren has said the government will soon fill vacancies in the state. Preparations have been started for this.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren has said the government will soon fill vacancies in the state. Preparations have been started for this. This will give opportunities to the youth of the state. He was speaking at the government’s door-to-door function in Dumka on Wednesday.
The Chief Minister said that vacant posts in government departments have been reviewed. There are a large number of vacancies. He said JPSC and SSCO would be strengthened. The vacant posts of chairman and members in both the commissions will be filled soon.
The Chief Minister said that the posts of many members of both the commissions were also going to become vacant, after which the vacant posts in the government department would be filled. The chief minister said the government would fulfill its promise to partner the youth by hiring unemployed on a large scale.
Inauguration and foundation stone of 40 projects worth Tk 99.97 crore: In his door to door program, the Chief Minister inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 40 projects worth Rs 9.97 crore, out of which 32 projects worth Rs 60.18 crore were laid and eight projects worth Rs 1,799 crore were inaugurated. The projects that have been inaugurated include a Tk 3.33 crore bridge between Nadih and Sonuwadih on the banks of the Nunbil River in Maslia.
Soon appointment of Chairman and members in JPSC, JSSC: Chief Minister Hemant Soren said the government would soon appoint chairman, members and other posts in JPSC and JSSC. This is being reviewed. The government will think a lot. He said the vacant posts of various commissions under the state are being reviewed. Speaking to media at Ranchi Airport, the Chief Minister said that appointments to JPSC and JSSC would not be made in a hurry. Because in the past their results were quite confusing.