The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority’s on Wednesday in an order announced that the authority area will implement 40 percent reservations in providing jobs to the local youth in the private companies of Greater Noida.
“There must be more than or equal to 40 per cent employment to local employees in the industries across the authority area,” the order said.
The decision comes a day after when the Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait announced that the protesting farmers protesting against the three farm laws will now block Delhi-Noida border over the scarcity of employment for the local youth majorly from the Gurjar and Jat communities in Noida.
The UP government’s plan has drawn sharp analysis from corporate worldwide organizations. Nearby lawmakers, in any case, upheld and invited the proceed onward online media.
“It was a long-pending demand. The local youth will now get job opportunities according to their eligibility,” an MLA from Jewar constituency of Uttar Pradesh, Dhrirenra Singh said.
A significant piece of the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority additionally falls in Dadri voting constituency. ; the nearby MLA Tejpal Nagar asserted that this request will be an achievement in giving work to the neighborhood youth.
“I thank Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Minister of Industrial Development Satish Mahana for agreeing to our long-pending demand. During the last Assembly session, I was the one who raised the question of reservation for local youths in the industries,” said Tejpal.