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On its agenda: World’s tallest statue, 75% private job quota


The tallest statue on this planet, 75% quota to Haryanvis in the private sector, an Act to offer protection to the Aravalis — the newly-formed Jannayak Janta Party (JJP), which can make its debut in the coming Lok Sabha elections, has coated up those promises, and more, in its ‘Vision Document’, prone to be introduced quickly.

The Dushyant Chautala-led party plans to focus on wooing younger citizens. Party insiders informed NewsTread that a committee, comprising two participants each from the JJP and its ally in the state, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), has been formed. It will center of attention on the requirements of each Lok Sabha constituency as well as the party’s state-level plans.


Among the key promises in its imaginative and prescient record can be a statue of freedom fighter Shaheed Bhagat Singh in Jind. Though now not a ‘Haryanvi’, the innovative is a huge draw for the younger technology in the state. According to party resources, it is going to be taller than the 182-metre-high ‘Statue of Unity’ of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in Gujarat’s Narmada district.


The JJP is also set to vow 75% reservation for Haryana youth in private jobs. It might convey out an act on the lines of Right to Work, and make certain that each person in the state either has a task or is eligible for unemployment allowance until they get work. The party additionally plans 3% reservation in jobs for retired para-military servicemen and their wards.


In Gurugram and Faridabad, the party might center of attention on the burning factor of environment and conservation of the Aravalis.




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