Haryana's Manohar Lal Khattar government, which is facing criticism from the opposition on the issue of employment, will provide 10,000 skilled artisans and young workers to Israel fighting the war with Hamas and Palestine. For this, Haryana Skill Employment Corporation (HKRN) has issued an advertisement on Friday. According to the advertisement, people who have passed 10th and are equipped with technical knowledge will be recruited as skilled workers. Let us tell you that there is a huge shortage of manpower in the construction sector in Israel which is fighting a war with Hamas.
As per the advertisement conditions of Haryana Skill Employment Corporation, the age of the applicants should be between 25 to 54 years. They should also have three years of work experience in related work. According to the advertisement, the recruited employees will be given a salary of 6100 NIS (Israeli currency) i.e. approximately Rs 1.34 lakh per month. One NIS is equal to 22 rupees.
As per the terms of the advertisement, candidates should have experience in industrialized building framework, wood framework, ceramic tiling of floors and walls, plastering work and iron welding. Those applying for these jobs are also required to have a good knowledge of reading construction plans.
Let us tell you that due to the Hamas-Israel war, the work permits of about 90,000 Palestinians have been canceled. Because of this, there is a severe shortage of skilled craftsmen in Israel. A few days ago, there was a media report that Israel Builders Association is talking to India for the availability of construction workers.
The big thing is that this advertisement has been issued by the Haryana government when Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan had recently said in Rajya Sabha in response to a question by Congress MP KC Venugopal that Indian employees should be sent in place of Palestinian employees. There has been no discussion with the Israeli government regarding this.
Earlier, Union Minister of State for Labor and Employment Rameshwar Teli had admitted in Parliament on July 20 in response to a question by Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda that the unemployment rate in Haryana has increased by 315% since 2014. According to a data, till July the number of registered youth looking for jobs in various districts of Haryana was 5 lakh 43 thousand 874.
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