9 years under PM Modi Govt: Recruitments of four lakh 691 through Staff Selection Commission
Senior BJP leader and Union Minister for Personnel and Training Dr Jitendra Singh has said that during 2004 to 2013, the number for recruitments stood at two lakh 7 thousand 563 through the Staff Selection Commission whereas it was four lakh 691 during the last nine years under the Narendra Modi Government.
Briefing media at the party headquarters in New Delhi today, Mr Singh said, through the UPSC, during 2004 to 2013 period, there were 45 thousand 431 recruitments whereas these were 50 thousand 906 during the last nine years under Modi Government.
He said, through the Railway Recruitment Board, there were three lakh 47 thousand 251 recruitments during 2004 to 2013 period under the UPA and on the other hand, the number stands at 4 lakh 30 thousand 594 under the Modi Government in the last nine years.
The Minister said, in the NDA Government post-2014, as regards the employment, it have been both quantitatively and qualitatively better than the nine years before the year 2014 under the UPA Government.
He said, Prime Minister Modi is following a policy of zero tolerance against corruption and at the same time, he is ensuring that the well-performing officers – those performing with honesty and integrity, should not feel intimidated and should have an opportunity to perform to the best of their abilities.
Mr Singh said, the CPGRAMS has been a game-changer and it is available to citizens 24×7 to lodge their grievances to the public authorities in any subject related to service delivery.
He said, there has been a big satisfaction among the citizens as Modi Government has been responsive and prompt in its deliveries towards addressing their grievances. The Minister said the Bio-Tech Startups, Deep Ocean Mission and Aroma Mission unveil the novel areas which shall ensure value-addition in the economy and boost employment opportunities for the people.