On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a video address to the National Rozgar Mela while presenting over 70,000 appointment letters to new hires in various government agencies and organizations. The government’s dedication to job creation and economic development, the prime minister emphasized, has garnered recognition on a national and international level.
PM Modi emphasized India’s political stability and the decisiveness of the current administration during his speech. He claimed that the government’s forward-thinking economic and social policies have made India an appealing partner for expansion and development. The government’s initiatives now prominently highlight the National Rozgar Mela, a job fair, and PM Modi expressed happiness that BJP and NDA-ruled states are also regularly holding comparable Rozgar Melas.
The importance of the newly started Azadi Ka Amrit Kaal (Golden Era of Independence) was emphasized by the prime minister. He emphasized that the newly appointed individuals beginning their careers in government service had a special chance to help India become a developed country within the next 25 years. They were urged by PM Modi to put more emphasis on molding the country’s future than just the present.
The new appointments and their families were thanked by PM Modi, who also recognized the expanding employment and self-employment options in the Indian economy. He noted successful programs that have enabled young people to become job creators, such as the Mudra Scheme and Startup India. The Prime Minister also praised the government’s ground-breaking initiative to give young people government jobs, praising efforts made by organizations like the SSC, UPSC, and RRB to streamline and hasten the hiring process.
The Indian automotive sector, which accounts for over 65% of the nation’s GDP, has experienced tremendous growth, according to the prime minister. He mentioned the sector’s rising exports of two- and three-wheelers, commercial vehicles, and passenger cars to numerous nations. The automotive sector, which was valued at Rs 5 lakh crore ten years ago, has now reached Rs 12 lakh crore, according to PM Modi. He highlighted the government’s emphasis on electric mobility and the Production-Linked Incentive (PLI) program’s assistance for the automobile industry.
The government’s initiatives to enhance the nation’s physical and social infrastructure were also covered by the prime minister. He emphasized the Jal Jeevan Mission, which aims to provide all citizens with access to safe drinking water. PM Modi disclosed that this initiative, which has greatly improved the coverage of piped water throughout rural areas, is receiving an investment of almost Rs 4 lakh crore. He emphasized that access to clean water has reduced the cost of treating water-related ailments by saving households a significant amount of money while also saving lives.
The new hires were warned by PM Modi about the dangers of dynasty politics and nepotism in the hiring process. He mentioned recently discovered corruption incidents, such as the land-for-jobs and cash-for-jobs schemes. The Prime Minister emphasized the government’s commitment to securing the youth’s future and advised them to be wary of political parties that participate in such behaviour.
In closing, PM Modi urged the new hires to advance the nation and benefit from reforms and digital services implemented by the government. He emphasized the significance of their participation in realizing India’s ambition of becoming a developed country in the next 25 years and urged them to keep a thirst for knowledge.