Haryana Lokhit Party (HLP) leader Gopal Kanda on Wednesday criticsed chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda for failing to provide employment to the youth in the state.
In a press release, Kanda said that the Haryana government had failed to draw up a clear agenda for the unemployed youth in Haryana.
He added that when Hooda had assumed office in 2005, he had said that new industries would be established across the state and the youth would be provided employment in these industries. However, they were false promises, as they had not been implemented.
Kanda stated that the youth of Haryana had to work outside the state due to the poor employment policies of the state. He added that despite several posts being vacant, candidates were not being recruited to fill up vacancies.
Kanda stated that if people gave HLP a chance to form the next government, then the party would fill all vacant seats in all departments within a few days. He added that they would also emphasize on boosting entrepreneurship in the state.
He said that the HLP would organize a state-level rally at Jind next month, where it would present policies for providing employment to the youth in the state.