Even because the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is dealing with flak from opposition leaders after the launch of its 11-point manifesto for the upcoming Bihar meeting elections, senior Congress chief P Chidambaram focused the celebration over its promise to offer 1.9 million jobs if it involves energy in the state.
Chidambaram highlighted that after mocking the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) over its promise to create 1 million jobs in the state, the NDA itself has promised to create 1.9 million jobs in Bihar.
“After mocking the RJD for promising to create 10 lakh jobs, the NDA has promised to create 19 lakh jobs in Bihar if elected. I did not know that 19 was a smaller number than 10. I think I should go back to primary school,” Chidambaram, the previous Union finance minister, stated in a tweet.
The BJP on Thursday in the presence of Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, state unit president Satish Sanjay Jaiswal and nationwide basic secretary Bhupendra Yadav launched its 11-point manifesto the place it promised to create 1.9 million jobs throughout numerous sectors in Bihar if elected. “If we sum up, we will be creating jobs for 1.9 million people in the next five years,” Jaiswal had stated on Thursday.
The manifesto additionally said that 100,000 jobs can be offered in the healthcare sector which includes recruitment of 10,000 docs and 50,000 paramedics together with the institution of a second All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).
With reference to girls’s empowerment, which has been an necessary problem in this meeting election, the BJP vowed to make 100 million girls in the state self-dependent in the approaching 5 years via the creation of self-help teams (SHGs).
Bihar Assembly (*19*) 2020 can be held in three phases from October 28. The second and the third phases can be held on November 3 and November 7 respectively and the counting of votes will happen on November 10.