In its first assembly after being sworn in earlier nowadays, the Punjab cupboard led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann permitted 25,000 authorities jobs in allege departments, boards and companies.
Whereas 10,000 jobs would per chance be created in the police, 15,000 jobs would per chance be created in diversified departments. The job vacancies would per chance be notified in a month.
“The Punjab cupboard has permitted notification of 25,000 job vacancies inner one month. As we promised before the election, job alternatives for our Punjab’s childhood would per chance be the topmost priority of AAP authorities,” Bhagwant Mann said in a tweet.
Chaired the foremost cupboard assembly. The Punjab cupboard has permitted notification of 25,000 job vacancies inner one month.
As we promised before the election, jobs alternatives for our Punjab’s childhood would per chance be the topmost priority of AAP Govt.
— Bhagwant Mann (@BhagwantMann) March 19, 2022
On Saturday, 10 Aam Aadmi Accumulate collectively (AAP) MLAs, alongside with a girl, had been inducted into the Punjab Cupboard at an oath-taking ceremony in Chandigarh.
Governor Banwarilal Purohit administered the oath of situation of work and secrecy to the 10 ministers at a ceremony at the Guru Nanak Dev auditorium in Punjab Raj Bhawan right here. All of them took the oath in Punjabi.
Barring Harpal Singh Cheema and Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer, eight others are first-time MLAs. These first-timers are Harbhajan Singh from Jandiala, Dr Vijay Singla from Mansa, Lal Chand from Bhoa, Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer from Barnala, Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal from Ajnala, Laljit Singh Bhullar from Patti, Bram Shanker Jimpa from Hoshiarpur and Harjot Singh Bains from Anandpur Sahib.
There are 18 berths in the cupboard, alongside with the executive minister, however Bhagwant Mann has gone for a lean cupboard. In the cupboard, the party gave illustration to 5 MLAs from Malwa, four from Majha and one from the Doaba device.
It has accommodated four MLAs who signify reserve constituencies — Dirba, Jandiala, Malout and Bhoa. Apart from, four are Jat Sikhs and two are Hindus.
In a landslide victory, the AAP clinched 92 seats in the 117-member Punjab Meeting, decimating the Congress, the Shiromani Akali Dal-BSP combine, and the BJP-Punjab Lok Congress-SAD (Sanyukt) alliance.