Haryana Job Reservation Act will not negatively impact the Industry: Manohar Lal Khattar

“The Haryana Employment of Local Candidates Act, 2020 will not negatively impact industry in the State,” said Shri Manohar Lal, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Haryana during a meeting with CII delegation over virtual platform, today. 

Shri Manohar Lal assured that the Government of Haryana is with the industry and the rules being prepared for the Act are such that there will be no harassment of units in the State on account of this Act. The Hon’ble Chief Minister emphasised that the State Government is working towards reducing the cap of Rs 50000 per month gross salary as mentioned in the Act so that only unskilled and semiskilled labour come under the purview of this Act. 

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The Hon’ble Chief Minister mentioned that through the Haryana Enterprises & Employment Policy 2020, the State has provided a number of incentives to industry for promoting employment of local youth as well as ensuring development of backward areas and requested industry to come forward and work together with the State in achieving overall development of the State. 

Appreciating the Relief & Rehabilitation work undertaken by CII and Industry during the first and second wave of COVID-19, Shri Manohar Lal said that it was good to see that the industry came forward and supported the State in this crisis. Highlighting the State’s preparedness for the third wave of COVID-19, the Hon’ble Chief Minister said that the State is working towards setting up oxygen generation plants in 136 Community Health Centres of the State and is also developing a mechanism so that there is no shortage of essential medicines as faced during the second wave of COVID-19. 

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Speaking on the occasion, Mr Abhimanyu Munjal, Chairman, CII Northern Region & Jt. MD & CEO, Hero FinCorp Ltd requested the Hon’ble Chief Minister that to maintain business continuity, the State Government’s expectations from the Industry in such medical and health emergencies should be communicated well in advance. Sharing a brief of the relief & rehabilitation work carried out by CII, CII Foundation and CII Members to support citizens during the second wave of COVID-19, Mr Munjal assured the Hon’ble Chief Minister that Industry has always been on the forefront to work shoulder to shoulder with the State Government in its fight against such crisis and will continue to lend its support.  

Mr Rajiv Gandhi, Chairman, CII Haryana State Council appreciated the undying efforts of the Government of Haryana for promotion of Industry and Trade in the State under the dynamic leadership of Shri Manohar Lal . 

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Mr Gandhi emphasized that while Haryana has been able to attract huge investments with various industry friendly initiatives, the recent Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Act 2020 has put on hold investment and expansion plans of many business houses which is not a good sign. Mr Gandhi requested the Hon’ble Chief Minister that some alternate mediums can be considered to address issue of job creation for the Youth in Haryana and the Job Reservation Act should not be forced upon the industry in the State. Mr Gandhi assured industry’s full support in increasing the employability of the State’s youth through skill development and various other means as suggested by the State Government. 

The meeting was attended by CII Office Bearers of the Northern Region and Haryana including Mr Anshuman Magazine, Deputy Chairman, CII Northern Region & Chairman & CEO, India, South East Asia, Middle East & Africa at CBRE; Mr Rohit Relan, Vice-Chairman, CII Haryana & CMD, Bharat Seats Ltd; Dr Rajesh Kapoor, Regional Director, CII Northern Region and Mr Vivek Thakur, Director & Head – CII Haryana. 

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