Bhopal: There is great good news for the youth of Madhya Pradesh. In fact, recently, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has taken a major decision on jobs in the state. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said this last Monday. According to the information received, CM has said that 1 lakh government jobs will be taken out in the state. Last Monday, Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, "Employment is the top priority of the state government.''
We (Madhya Pradesh Govt) will soon start recruitment for 1 lakh posts, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said yesterday pic.twitter.com/oCBD36bF5q— ANI (@ANI) September 14, 2021
In fact, Chief Minister Shivraj Chouhan was addressing the Bhoomi pujan program of Readymade Garments Unit of Gokuldas Exports Limited in Acharpura Industrial Area of Bhopal. The Chief Minister also dedicated water supply project work at Textile Park Acharpura and Special Education Sector and Industrial Area Acharpura. In his address, the Chief Minister promised, "Priority will be given to the local youth for government jobs in the state.''
The Chief Minister also said, "Entrepreneurship, self-employment is also being encouraged by the State Government along with creating employment opportunities. There is immense employment potential in the private sector. In view of this, the pace of industrial development and industrial investment in the state has been accelerated.'' He further said, "The unit proposed by Gokuldas Exports will be built on 10 acres of land. The company will invest a capital of Rs 110 crore, providing employment to more than 4,000 local people.'' At the same time, he said, "More than three-fourths of the women will work in the plant. This unit will provide employment to about 10,000 people. Acharpura Industrial Area is developed on 146 hectares of land. Textile Park Acharpura has 154 plots with a capital investment potential of 800 crores on industry establishment.''
He also said, "We are working fast towards simplifying trade. All these schemes are likely to generate lakhs of jobs. This will be like a gift from the Government to the youth of the State.''