PM couldn’t keep his words: CM Siddaramaiah on two crore jobs promise

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BENGALURU: Launching a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that the “PM could not keep up his words” of creating two crore jobs. Siddaramaiah said this on Tuesday after launching the registration drive of the ‘Yuvanidhi’ scheme of the state government at the banquet hall of Vidhansouda.

“Prime Minister Modi has failed in creating two crore jobs per year as he promised. 20 crore jobs should have been created by now, but PM could not keep up his words. There has never been a Prime Minister who lied as much as Modi in the history of India”, the CM said.

“Is Modi a financial expert? He had given a speech that the state would go bankrupt if the guarantee schemes were implemented in the state, but our state is financially stable even after the implementation of five schemes,” he added.

Meanwhile, the Department of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood had organised a programme with the tagline ‘To the bright future of the youth’. Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar, Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihoods Minister Sharan Prakash Patil, Transport Minister Ramalingareddy, Rural Development Minister Priyanka Kharge, Higher Education Minister M C Sudhakar, Youth Empowerment and Sports Minister Nagendra, MLC U B Venkatesh were present at the programme. (ANI)

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