Union Home Minister Distributes Appointment Letters to 44,703 Youths in Assam

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The Union Home and Cooperation Minister Shri Amit Shah distributed appointment letters to 44,703 youths who were recruited in various departments of the Assam government. The appointment letters distribution ceremony was held at the Khanapara Field in Guwahati on 25 May, 2023.

Speaking at the ceremony, Shri Shah congratulated all the candidates who have been recruited in government posts and also thanked the Assam Government on behalf of the Union Government.

The Union Home Minister said, “The Assam Government has kept its electoral promise of providing 1 lakh government jobs to the youths of the state in a free and fair manner. I would like to congratulate everyone and hope that with the blessings of Maa Kamakhya, you will make Assam a developed state in the coming days.”

“BJP fulfils all its election promises. Today, around 86,000 youths are getting jobs, the promise has been fulfilled within just two years. I thank the Assam Government on behalf of the central Government,” he said. Meanwhile, Assam Chief Minister Shri Himanta Biswa Sarma said this feat has been accomplished due to the encouragement of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Home Minister Shri Amit Shah.

Speaking at the occasion, CM Shri Sarma said, “When we were blessed by the people of Assam in 2021, we promised to provide 1 lakh government jobs to the youths in a free, fair and transparent manner. Over the last two years, we’ve been able to provide jobs to over 86,000 youths and chart the way ahead for a New Assam.”

“Our government won’t stop at giving 1 lakh jobs. We want to continue this atmosphere of providing government jobs in a transparent manner. We will further advertise for an additional 22,000 jobs,” the Chief Minister added. He also said that two lakh unemployed youths will be given Rs 2 lakhs each for being self-reliant.

He added, “Assam will be one among five top most states of the country. We will continuously work for the upliftment of the weaker sections of the society.”