The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, January 16
Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann led Punjab Government has fulfilled its promise of providing employment to the youth of the state and so far more than 25 thousand government jobs have been provided to the youth of the state during the just 10 months regime of the current government.
This was disclosed by Punjab Rural Development and Panchayats Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal while distributing appointment letters to 122 newly recruited Junior Engineers (JEs) in the technical wing of the department at Vikas Bhawan, S.A.S. Nagar. Punjab Government is leaving no stone unturned to fulfill its promise to provide government jobs to the youth. He said that filling the vacant posts by giving government jobs to eligible youths is another important step towards taking the state further in the direction of making ‘Rangala Punjab’.
Dhaliwal, while sharing the information of other vacant posts of various cadres in the department, said that earlier 20 Sub Divisional Officers, 43 Junior Draftsmen and 5 Clerks have been recruited in the Rural Development and Panchayats department.
Congratulating the newly appointed JEs, he implored them to perform their duty diligently to contribute in the progress of Punjab. He expressed hope that with the newly recruited officers and employees, the development works in the rural areas of the state will be speeded up and the quality of various ongoing projects will also be improved.
Additional Chief Secretary Rural Development and Panchayats Department K. Siva Prasad, Director Gurpreet Singh Khaira, Chief Engineer Tejpal Singh, Joint Director Sanjeev Garg, Supervising Engineer Dheeraj Goyal, Tejinder Singh Multani, Executive Engineer Maheshwar Chandra Sharda and Deputy Directors of the department were also present.