BRS govt filled 16 times more govt jobs in comparison to Congress regime

Hyderabad: 21 government jobs have been filled in Madhya Pradesh, not in one day. It is the number of appointments made in three years and an achievement by the BJP government in that State. Unemployment is rampant in Congress-ruled Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Himachal and Karnataka. However, at the rate of two government jobs per hour, the KCR government has filled up 1.6 lakh government posts in the last nine and a half years. Compared to the national average in government employment generation, it is 10 times higher.

Telangana has become a leader in all the fields with the initiative, efficiency and vision of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao. In particular, Telangana has become number one State in the country in terms of filling up vacancies in government departments. New methods have been introduced to correct the errors in the policies followed by the previous governments.

Telangana has created seven zones and two multi-zones to ensure that 95 percent of the jobs are available to the youth. On June 2, 2014, Telangana State was formed and throughout that year, it focused on job creation, future planning, setting up of TSPSC and other related issues. While creating 17 lakh jobs in the private sector on the one hand, on the other hand it focused on filling government jobs.

Before the formation of Telangana, the Congress party was in power in the state. During the Congress regime from 2004 to 2014, only 24,086 jobs were filled in united Andhra Pradesh. If we consider the share of 10 districts of Telangana to be 42 percent, Telangana youth got only 10,080 jobs.

After the formation of Telangana from 2014 to 2023 the number of jobs filled in the state is literally 1,60, 083. According to this calculation, BRS government has filled about 16 times more jobs after coming to power as compared to when Congress was in power in Telangana. But Congress and BJP leaders who lacked knowledge are making false allegations regarding job creation.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao