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CM Naib Singh Saini opened the box for Haryana’s OBCs, raising the annual income limit of the creamy layer.

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Chief Minister Naib Singh Saini

In Haryana, Chief Minister Naib Singh has opened a box to benefit OBC community youth in government jobs. He said that today in Haryana, under reservation for backward classes in jobs, the annual income limit of the creamy layer from all sources is Rs 6 lakh, but now this limit will be increased to Rs 8 lakh per annum. He said that the state government has taken this decision after discussions with the Haryana State Backward Classes Commission.

He also said that while the reservation for backward classes in Group-A and Group-B posts is 15 per cent, it will now be increased to 27 per cent for all backward classes on the lines of the central government. Whereas the backlog of Backward Class A and B jobs will be filled on priority basis. A special recruitment campaign will be conducted for this.

OBC category will get full respect

The Chief Minister said that it is a matter of pride that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is fully alert to protect the interests of the OBC community. He said that OBC people are not being deprived of their rights. Central and State Governments are continuously working to give full respect to the OBC category by implementing schemes.

He said that in the last 10 years the government has fulfilled its responsibility to benefit every section of OBC society in the state of Haryana. Prime Minister Modi’s ideas of ‘Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas-Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Tryas’ have empowered the people. He said that the Central Government has taken meaningful steps towards all-round development by declaring not only the OBC category but also the backward areas of the country as aspirational districts. Nuh district of Haryana is included in the ambitious scheme of the central government.

OBC community should get good education

The Chief Minister said that the Haryana government is providing scholarships ranging from 12 thousand rupees to 20 thousand rupees to give good education to the children of the OBC community. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a budget provision of 13 thousand crore rupees for training the people of the society in 18 trades under Bhagwan Vishwakarma Yojana.

He said that according to this scheme, financial assistance of Rs 500 per day is also being given to the OBC category people during training. .

Nita Yadav

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