In a momentous event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi distributed appointment letters to over 70,000 individuals through a video conferencing ceremony. The appointments were part of employment fairs held simultaneously at 44 locations across the country. Addressing the recipients, PM Modi urged the youth to work for the country’s interests and provided insights into the nation’s development and evolving economy. However, he also targeted the opposition, highlighting a major phone banking scam during the previous government’s tenure, where powerful individuals close to a particular family secured large loans that were never repaid.
PM Modi Virtually Distributes 70,000 Appointment Letters at Employment Fairs
PM Modi expressed his optimism about India’s economic growth, revealing that the country had climbed to the 5th position globally, surpassing its previous 10th rank. He confidently asserted that India would soon be counted among the top 3 economies, leading to increased job opportunities and higher incomes for its citizens. He acknowledged the significance of the ongoing ‘Amrit Mahotsav of Independence’ and the country’s determination to achieve developed nation status within the next 25 years.
Insights into India’s Development and Economy: PM Modi’s Address to Recipients
July 22 was a historic day, as it marked the acceptance of the tricolor in its current form by the Constituent Assembly in 1947. PM Modi congratulated the recipients on securing government jobs and pressed the remote button to distribute the appointment letters virtually. The selected recruits belonged to various ministries and departments across the country, including Revenue, Financial Services, Posts, Education, Defense, Health, Public Sector Undertakings, Water Resources, Personnel and Training, and Home Affairs.
PM Modi Targets Opposition and Highlights Major Phone Banking Scam
Furthermore, PM Modi highlighted his priority to create employment opportunities and mentioned the Karmayogi Prarambh program, offering online training through the Karmayogi Portal with access to more than 580 e-learning courses in a flexible learning format available anywhere, anytime, and on any device. This initiative aims to equip new government employees with the necessary skills to contribute effectively to their respective departments and organizations.