RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav said on Tuesday that if he were voted into office he would raise the upper age limit for all categories of BPSC aspirants, and also claimed his government would spend 22% of the budget from state to education.
During his party’s “Naukari Samwad” program here, he also criticized the Center for “privatizing” all other sectors of the country and said if he were voted into power he would end privatization in Bihar .
Tejashwi Yadav, who was declared the chief ministerial candidate of the Great Opposition Alliance, built his election campaign on the jobs board after announcing that if he were voted into office he would approve 10 lakh government jobs in the very first cabinet. of the new government.
He said the Bihar Civil Service Commission (BPSC) does not conduct any reviews on time or announce the results on time.
“Now the young people are waiting in front of the BPSC office, asking if the results of the 2014 exams have been announced,” he alleged, adding that many candidates could not take the exams because they crossed the limit. age due to the “delay” of the BPSC.
“If BPSC is late (in conducting exams and announcing results), why should young people in Bihar suffer?” He asked.
“We will increase the age limits for general and restricted category applicants,” he said.
He also said: “We are firmly committed to ending the contract system and employing people permanently.”
“Young people and students in Bihar are completely disappointed with the Nitish government,” he said.
Earlier today, while addressing a rally in the Sahebganj assembly constituency, he said that in the event of a ruling vote, “we will spend 22% of the total budget on education “.