Patna: Former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and BJP Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Kumar Modi said that the Bihar government will not be able to fulfill its promises of providing 10.5 lakh employment even in the next 25 years.
Modi said here on Thursday that when more than half of the top administrative posts of four commissions responsible for making appointments in bulk were vacant and the government was moving at turtle’s pace, it will not be able to provide employment to 10.5 lakh people even in 25 years.
Modi said that Nitish Kumar was distributing appointment letters to the youth, the process of which was already completed during the regime of the NDA government. He said that the RJD-supported government was trying to get the credit for making the appointments formalities that were finished during the NDA regime.
He said that of the 6 posts only three were functional in Bihar Public Service Commission and added that the university service commission had to make appointments on 4,638 posts but even after the passage of 3 years it hardly selected 300 people.
He said that the chairman of the Staff Selection Commission was released from jail after 3 years in connection with the paper leak case and the secretary of the commission was still behind the bars. The BJP MP said that two posts of this four-member Commission were still vacant.
He said that when the grand alliance government was unable to make appointments on the handful of administrative posts of various commissions due to the pressure of seven parties how it can be able to make the appointment against 4.5 lakh vacant posts along with making 5.5 Lakh new appointments?
Retorting sharply at the appointment letters distributed among the Urdu employees by Nitish Kumar during the day Modi said that the posts were advertised in February 2019 and the final result of 149 candidates were declared in May 2022 after completing all formalities. He said that distribution of appointment letters among the candidates was just an eye wash and added that the government was similarly all set to distribute appointment letters among 10000 cops.