BanglaHunt Desk: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has always reassured West Bengal about the Corona crisis. In the days of this crisis, the central government has been mocked many times over the stagnant economy and unemployment. However, in the meantime, the Chief Minister compared the unemployment and employment rates of Bengal and the whole country with the information of CMIE.
Today is #InternationalYouthDay. #GoWB is committed to empowering the youth. A new scheme & # 039; Karma Sathi Prakalpa ’was launched by #Bengal Govt. One lakh unemployed youth will be provided soft loans and subsidies to make them self-reliant. (1/3)
– Mamata Banerjee (aMamataOfficial) August 12, 2020
Chief Minister's tweet
In a tweet on the occasion of International Youth Day, the Chief Minister said, “Even between Corona and Lockdown, it has been calculated that while the global unemployment rate has come down to 24 per cent, it has come down to 40 per cent in Bengal.” No disaster could stop Bengal. In this way, I think the young men and women of Bengal will one day show the way to the world. '
The people of Bengal got the job
At the same time, the Chief Minister further said that many boys and girls of Bengal have been able to stand on their own feet by taking loans under the auspices of the Karmasathi project. Has been able to start his own business. Not only that, the migrant workers returning from Corona are being forced to work in the state for 100 days. Even government portals have been launched for IT workers who have been laid off as a result of the lockdown.
According to a recent CMIE report released across the country, the country's unemployment rate in June was 11% lower than in May this year. However, in the whole country, West Bengal has achieved significant success in terms of unemployment rate, which has come down to 8.5%.