Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday stated varied industries sacking employees at a time when the state authorities has permitted resumption of commercial actions within the state was not right.
“Today, we have jobs available, but there are no workers. Though this is the factual position, I noticed a strange scenario yesterday. Several industries have started slashing salaries of workers or are sacking them,” he stated.
The chief minister stated that migrant employees, who had returned to their dwelling states as a result of nationwide lockdown, had began coming again to Maharashtra steadily after the state authorities allowed resumption of enterprise actions.
“The sons of the soil or the migrant workers, who had not returned to their states and were reporting at workplaces, are being sacked. This is not right,” Thackeray stated.
He stated the problem must be mentioned with industrialists because the state authorities is placing in a variety of effort to resolve the difficulties that industrial models are dealing with.
The chief minister on Monday additionally launched the state authorities’s MahaJobs portal—a web-based platform that goals to make job alternatives accessible to the “sons of the soil” or domiciled folks.
The MahaJobs portal is the necessity of the hour, Thackeray stated, including that the system works in a clear method.
The chief minister additionally directed the authorities to take common inventory of how helpful the portal seems by way of how lots of the candidates truly get jobs utilizing the net platform. The portal will probably be run by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation.
State Industries Minister Subhash Desai, Labour Minister Dilip Walse Patil, Skill Development Minister Nawab Malik and Minister of State for Industries Aditi Tatkare additionally attended the launch of the portal held through video conferencing.
According to the Industries Minister, there are 17 sectors for which job seekers can apply by means of the portal, together with engineering, logistics, textiles and prescribed drugs.