UP CM says written tests will be done away with for class IV jobs

UP CM says written tests will be done away with for class IV jobs

PRESS  5-9Mau, Sep 1- Taking a cue from Modi Government, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav declared that the State Government will do away with written tests for Class IV jobs and a person would get service on the basis of his certificate. On August 15, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had suggested that interviews should be done away with in small (class IV) jobs. In his last `Maan Ki Baat’ he even declared that some government departments have implemented this suggestion. ''PM has spoken about doing away with interviews. The State government is contemplating to end written test system in class IV jobs. The people could get jobs on the basis of their certificates. This will end corruption,” Yadav said while addressing a rally here today. Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav along with Samajwadi party national president Mulayam Singh Yadav dedicated 26 projects worth Rs 530 crore in this area. The projects ranged from construction of roads to setting up of power stations in the impoverished region. Chief Minister said previous Government of BSP has betrayed the faith of the people. The then Chief Minister Mayawati had promised to improve power scenario but she took no step to increase power generation. “It is Samajwadi party that has initiated many projects and schemes to improve infrastructure including power generation. We are committed to provide 14-16 hour electricity in rural areas and 20-24 hour in urban areas by 2016. Solar projects have been initiated that will help in improving power generation,” he said. He also talked about improving health sector and law and order situation in the state. The police have been made hi-tech and crime against women has come down in the last one year and a half,” he said. Showering sops for this region he said a weavers’ centre will come up in Mau and benefits under Lohia Awas Yojana will be extended to the people of this area. “The areas like Azamgarh and Ghazipur have progressed under Samajwadi party regime and now it is the turn of Mau to march on the path of development,” he said. Samajwadi party national president Mulayam Singh Yadav suggested to the Chief Minister to listen to the woes of people. The government is getting weak because of the style of working of ministers. He even put the question before public and asked “Kya main sahi kah raha hun”. The crowd remained mum. Yadav Sr turned to CM and said: “Look what people are saying.” He even attacked BJP for spreading canard against UP Government on law and order. Incidents of crime are much more in states like MP and Rajasthan. But people blame UP. This is wrong, he said. He also advised Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stay alert from neighboring countries China and Pakistan. “India needs to stay alert from China and Pakistan. We should not forget that China had backstabbed Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru,” he said. He also unveiled the stature of freedom fighter Jharkhande Rai and former Member of Parliament(MP) Jaybahadur Singh.

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