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Narendra Modi Uttar Pradesh has enough potential to employ all migrant workers: Yogi Adityanath

Narendra Modi Uttar Pradesh has enough potential to employ all migrant workers: Yogi Adityanath

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A video take of High Minister Narendra Modi launching the Atma Nirbhar Uttar Pradesh Rojgar Abhiyaan, to assemble employment to migrant workers and these that misplaced jobs as a consequence of coronavirus lockdown, through video-conference in the presence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
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The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh said barring these below 18 years of age, the skill mapping of ultimate 30.47 lakh workers and labourers in the State has been completed.

Exuding self assurance of offering jobs to all migrant workers of Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday said the State has enough potential to bear employment alternatives for all of them.

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Uttar Pradesh has enough possibilities for increasing employment for migrant workers who beget returned to the State. I can tell that we shall be capable to reach the utilization of all of them, said Mr. Adityanath while launching an “Atmnirbhar Uttar Pradesh Rozgar Abhiyan” through video-conferencing.

Below this employment plot aimed at making Uttar Pradesh a self-reliant State, more than 1.25 crore workers would be provided jobs either in diverse industries or through self-employment, he said.

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Mr. Adityanath said this employment programme in the State is being launched beneath the guidelines provided by High Minister Narendra Modi at some level of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Pointing out Mr. Modi’s emphasis on skill mapping of all migrant workers, the Chief Minister said barring these below 18 years of age, the skill mapping of ultimate 30.47 lakh workers and labourers has been completed.

He said following the resumption of economic actions in the State, 80,000 MSME gadgets beget successfully restarted and 57,000 of them were given loans.

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