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One from each family to get job in next five years: Hooda

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Chandigarh, Feb 22 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said no family would be left in the State in the next five years whose children would not get employment opportunities.

Mr Hooda was addressing a meeting of those workers of the Congress party who had stood by him during his days of political struggle, here today. However, these workers did not include those of Rohtak Parliamentary Constituency, as he had already addressed them there.

Apprising them about a number of welfare measures taken by the State Government during its first year in office, he said that the level of development in the State would be such in five years that there would not be any family whose wards would not get employment, might it be in public or private sector.

He said the ban on recruitments had been lifted and jobs were being advertised. The government had been laying emphasis on development of industrial sector and it would generate tremendous employment opportunities for the people in the state.

Criticising the previous government for its misrule, the Chief Minister said it was the period when an atmosphere of fear and loot prevailed and criminals used to threaten the people from within the jails for ransom.

Referring to a rally being organised at Hisar on March five to highlight the significant achievements made by the present State Government during its first year in office, Mr Hooda said it would be organised by the party and he sought their whole hearted cooperation for its success.

" We would organise the rally in the same manner as we have been doing,'' he told the responsive gathering and the workers responded positively.

He also made it clear that no vehicle would be held forcefully to carry people to the venue of the rally.

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