Dehradun, Oct. 29 -- RJD's Tejashwi Yadav has promised ten lakh government jobs to Bihar's youth if elected to power in the state. He has not stated what these jobs would be or how an already financially challenged system would pay for them. He has made the distinction between jobs and employment, which is, of course, the essence of his election pitch. The promise of employment implies that the state would create the environment for job creation, while government jobs mean straight giveaways, irrespective of whether these are needed or can be paid for. In a day and age when a section of society does not think that government jobs - even the IAS - is worth the effort, as it can get paid considerably more in the private sector - the youth of ...
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