Guwahati, January 12th, 2019
In a yet another development, Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling on Saturday launched the ‘’One Family, One Job’ scheme that envisions jobs to a member of every family which does not have a government job in the state.
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The longest serving Chief Minister of Independent India, Chamling handed out temporary appointment letters to one person from each of the 32 Assembly constituencies in the state, to kick-start the scheme during ‘Rojgar Mela 2019’ at the Paljor stadium in Gangtok.
The Sikkim’s Democratic Font government has already announced that 20,000 youths would immediately be given temporary jobs under the announced scheme.
While the public cheers the Chief Minister declared that the temporary/ad hoc appointments being given now would be regularised over the next five years.
“It is a matter of great pride and happiness for us and a great opportunity for the youth of our state,” said Chamling during a speech lasting over two hours.