Tuesday, February 12, 2019

1.31 lakh recruits in the Railways before the election

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The country is going to have Lok Sabha elections this year and all the opposition parties are attackers of the Center's NDA government over the issue of unemployment. Recently, the National Sample Survey Office also conducted a survey on unemployment, which states that unemployment in the country has reached a high level of 6.15 per cent in the year 2017-18, which is 45 years. On this report of the NSSO on unemployment, the Opposition also had a tight grip on the government. The country's main opposition party Congress has already made it clear that unemployment will be an important issue in this year's election.

However, all of these jobs are coming out of Indian Railways. Up to 2.50 lakh vacancies in the railway, which is to be received by the Railways in May this year. A few days ago, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal also announced it and told that these appointments would be in two phases. Now the news is that Railways is going to issue notification for more than one lakh appointments this year. Talking to NDTV, a board official said that the notification for recruitment of 1 lakh 31 thousand 428 posts will be released soon. At the moment, we will issue a short notice on the Employment News on February 23. While it will take time to issue notifications in the details as to how many posts we have to be recruited in each department, we have to calculate it. Also, reservation rules will also have to be implemented for economically weak people. '

Let us tell you that notification for the recruitment of 1 lakh 31 thousand 428 posts in the first phase in the railway will be issued. While notification for recruitment of 99 thousand posts in the second phase will be issued. The second phase will be recruited in the year 2020. Clearly, the Modi government, which is surrounded by the unemployed, will be able to see these recruitments being done in the railways in the elections in this year's elections.

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