75% Of Jobs In Gurgaon & Haryana Reserved For Locals; Will IT Jobs Shift To Noida, Ghaziabad Now?
The Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana, of the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP), Dushyant Chautala passed a bill in the state assembly last year, which would reserve 75% of all private sector jobs with a gross salary of upto Rs 50,000 for the natives of Haryana.
The state Governor has now approved this bill of 75% reservation for state citizens, as informed by Chautala on Tuesday.
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Haryana Natives to Get 75% in Private Sector
The current government in Haryana, a BJP-JJP alliance, at the time of election promised to reserve quotas for state natives, in private sector companies.
Now that the bill has been given a green signal by the state Governor, Chutala states, “This is the day of great happiness for the youths of the state. The youths of the state now will get 75% reservation in private sector jobs…they will get reservation in every company, society and trust.”
According to the bill, it is mandatory for private sector companies in the state to allocate 75% of jobs with salary upto Rs 50,000/month for Haryana locals.
However, companies can invoke a clause in the bill, if suitable local employees are not found. In this case, by informing the government of the reason, they can freely hire employees from outside the state to fill in the 75% locals’ requirements.
Additionally, the private sector companies should compulsorily register details of all employees getting upto Rs 50,000 per month, which if not done shall attract penalties.