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Chunav Manch 2019 | We have given more than 10 crore jobs to people: Suresh Prabhu

The government used technology in every field, he said.

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New Delhi Updated on: March 28, 2019 18:31 IST
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Suresh Prabhu

Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce and Industry and Civil Aviation, on Thursday, said that the government gave more than “10 crore jobs.”

“We have given more than 10 crore jobs to the people. We have given new employment opportunities to the people. Mudra Yojana helped in employment generation,” Prabhu said during Chunav Manch 2019, India TV's mega conclave just a few days before the Lok Sabha elections 2019.

“Now there is a change in the job market. People are getting flexible jobs. In the future people will get new opportunities for jobs. People are gainfully employed,” he said.

While parsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi the minister said, “Chowikar is fulfilling his responsibilities with full honesty. PM Modi has infused positivity in the country,” and added, “We have created a plan on how to grow our economy in the coming years.”

The government used technology in every field, he said.

Prabhu also praised his government for works done in the Railways.

“In the last three years, we have invested that much amount of money in the Railways which was being done in the past 70 years,” Prabhu said.

To know the pulse of the nation, India Tv on Thursday held Chunav Manch 2019--a day-long political event--in which bigwigs from across the political parties took part.

General elections are scheduled to be held in seven phases from 11 April to 19 May 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The counting of votes will begin May 23.

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