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Bihar become First State to Implement Reservation in Private Sector

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BiharonWeb: 02 Nov, 2017, In the private sector, Bihar has become the first state in the country to make reservations in the private sector, where private companies have been brought under the purview of reservation. That is, now private companies in Bihar will have to follow the rules of reservation. The rules of reservation will apply in the selection of those employees who are outsourced by the state government and the companies will have to comply. The Cabinet has also stamped this decision of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

Earlier, companies outsource personnel according to their needs in different departments, but after the implementation of the new rules such reservation for SC, ST, Backward Classes, Backward Loans, and Reservation for Women Have to implement.

However, the opposition of the Bihar government's decision has begun. Senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP CP Thakur has called it a wrong step. According to CP Thakur, it is okay to give reservation in studies, but emphasis should be on making them eligible for jobs. So that questions can not be raised on their efficiency. He believes that this will also affect the functioning of the government.

Two Dalit leaders of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (U) party had raised their finger on the government's functioning in the last days. It is being believed that the former Assembly Speaker Udaynarayan Chaudhary and former minister Shyam Rajak, who felt neglected in the party, are supposed to flaunt their politics by raising the issue of this reservation. On this issue, RJD President Lalu Prasad Yadav also fiercely supported both of them. But Nitish Kumar's master stroke now has no choice but to greet the government.

Shyam Rajak, a senior leader of Janata Dal United, was a minister in the previous tenure, but he is angry because of not being appointed as a minister during this tenure. While JD (U) leader Uday Narayan Chaudhary was appointed by the party as the two-term speaker, this time, he lost the election with former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi. In such a situation, his stature in the party also diminished.

On the other hand, both Dalit leaders were disturbed by the news of former Congress President and Dalit leader Ashok Chaudhary coming to the Janata Dal. Janardhana JDU spokesman Neeraj Kumar said that the party does not take any decisions under any pressure. Nitish Kumar made Mahadalit for the upliftment of the Dalits and implemented several schemes. It is a decision that BJP and Janata Dal's leaders have decided in conjunction with the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. In such a way, what does the opposition mean?
 

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